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Full text of "Sessional Papers 23 to 37, 1891"

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University d'Qfcwa 

DOCUMENTS OFFIOfclS 

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

U.iversity of Ottawa 



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SESSIONAL PAPERS. 



Universile d'Onawa 
DOCUMENTS OFFICllLS 



VOLUME G i v f' Mm publications 



versity of Ottawa 



FIRST SESSION OF THE SEVENTH PARLIAMENT 



OF THE 



Univc 



BI3LI0T 

DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1891 




VOLUME XXIV. 






OTTAWA : 

Printed by Brown Chamberlin, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 

1891. 



54 Victoria. 



Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1891 



£TSee also Numerical List, page 4. 






ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 



PARLIAMENT OF CANADA. 



FIRST SESSION, SEVENTH PARLIAMENT, 1891. 

Note. — In order to find quickly whether a paper has been printed or not, the mark (n.p.) has been 
added to those not printed ; papers not so marked, it may be understood, are printed. Further informa- 
tion concerning each paper is to be found in the List, commencing on page 4. 



A 

"Admiral," Steamboat (n.p.) 52, 52a, 526, 52c 

Adulteration of Food 56 

Agriculture, Annual Report 6 

American Cheese (n. p. ) 32 

Amherstburg Dry Dock (n.p.) 40c£ 

Analysis of Intoxicating Liquor (n.p.) 31 

Annapolis Public Buildings (n.p.) 71 

" Araunah," Seizure of 8c 

Archives, Canadian 6« 

Auditor General, Annual Report 3 

B 

Baie des Chaleurs Railway (n.p.) 86, 86a, 866 

Ballot Boxes 41 

Banks, Chartered , 2 

Baptisms, Marriages and Burials (n.p.) 88 

Bay of Fundy Herring Fisheries (n.p. ) 54cZ 

Beet-root Sugar (n.p. ) 84 

Behring Sea Seizures 86 

Bellechasse Election (n.p.) 45 

Big Bay, Keppel (n.p. ) 46 

"Blizzard." Schooner ...(n.p.) 48 

Board of Examiners, Civil Service 146 

Boisvert, George (n.p.) 54i 

Bonds and Securities (n.p.) 28 

Bounty on Pig Iron 67 

1 



British Canadian Loan & Investment Co. (n. p. ) 56 

British Columbia Penitentiary (n.p.) 656 

British Guiana 386 

Brown, Adam, Report of 6h 

Buckingham Post Office (n.p.) 39<r« 

C 

Caledonia Dam (n.p. ) 43c? 

Campbellton Post Office (n.p. ) 396 

Canadian Pacific Railway — General Return . . 25 

do Lands sold 25a 

Canal Statistics 10« 

Caouette, J. B (n.p. ) 39 

Carleton Branch Railway (n.p.) 34 

Carroll's Landing ' .... (n.p. ) 85 

Carrying Deck Loads of Timber 7c 

Cattle Trade of Canada 76 

" C " Battery, British Columbia (n.p. ) 30 

Census, 1891 82, 82a 

Chartered Banks ... 2 

Civil Service Board of Examiners 146 

Civil Service List 14« 

Civil Service Superannuations 23 

Commissioner, Dominion Police (n.p.) 35 

Commissioner, North-West Mounted Police. 19, 69 

Commissions to Public Officers 24 



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A. 1891 



c 

( 'ontingent expenses of Postmasters 39c 

Copyright Laws (n.p.) 81 

»sgrove, John (np.) 36a 

Cotton Sail Duck (n.p.) 37 

Criminal Statistics Qg 

Crystal Beach (n.p.) 85 

Customs House, Montreal (n.p.) 83 

Customs Officers (n.p.) 85 

I> 

Dairy Commissioner, Annual Report Gd 

Deck Loads of Timber 7 c 

Desmarteau, Joseph (n.p.) 64 

Disputed Territory, Ontario, Timber on 57 

Dominion Notes (n.p.) 68 

Dominion Police Commissioner (n.p.) 35 

Dredging Kaministiquia River .(n.p.) 42 

Dundas & Waterloo Macadamized Road. . (n. p. ) 80 



E 



East Elgin Electoral District. (n.p.) 60 

Election in Bellechasse (n.p. ) 45 

Election Returns, 1891 27, 27a 

Elevators on Intercolonial Railway (n.p. ) 53 

Ellis, William (n.p.) 62c 

Entire Horses (n.p.) 72 

Estimates, 1891-92 1 

Esquimalt Graving Dock (n.p. ) 40a 

Expenditures and Receipts. . . 22, 22a, 226, 22c, 22d 

Expenses, Unforeseen 21 

Experimental Farms, Annual Report 6c 

Export Cattle Trade 76 

Exports and Imports 33 

F 

Fisheries, Annual Report 8 

Fisheries of Richelieu and Berthier (n.p.) 54& 

Fisheries Statements and Inspectors' Reports 8a 

Fishery Laws, Violation of (n.p.) 54/ 

Fishery Officers' Conference (n.p.) 54d 

Fishery Protection Service. (n.p.) 54c 

Fishing Bounties (n.p.) 54a, 546 

do 54e 

Fishing Licenses (n.p. ) 54 

Floods by the Richelieu River (n.p.) 43 

Fournier, Dame Julie (n. p. ) 79 

French Language in Manitoba 51 

G 

General Election, 1891 27a 

Genest, Samuel (n.p.) 36a 

Geological Survey Report 17a 

Gold Reserve (n.p. ) 68 

Governor General's Warrants 20, 20a 

Graham, J. R (n.p. ) 54a 

Grand Jury System 66 



G 

Grand River (n.p.) 436, \M 

Guysboro' and Antigonish Indians. ... .(n.p.) 29a 

Guysboro', Fishery law.: in (n.p.) 54/ 

H 

Hartley, H. E (n.p.) 62 

Herring Fisheries, Bay of Fundy (n.p.) 54c? 

High Commissioner, Report of 6c 

I 

Indian Affairs, Annual Report 18 

Indian Agent at Sutton West (n.p.) 29 

Indians of Guysboro', and Antigonish. .(n.p.) 29a 

Inland Revenue, Annual Report , 5 

Insurance, Annual Report 11 

Insurance Companies 11a, 116 

Intercolonial Railway : (n.p. ) 53 to 53c 

Elevators constructed (n.p. ) 53 

Accident at St. Joseph de Levis. . . .(n.p.) 53o 

Additional property accommodation (n.p.) 536 

Enquiry held at St. Flavie (n.p.) 53c 

Interior, Annual Report . 17 

Intoxicating Liquor (n.p.) 31 

Inverness and Richmond Railway (n.p.) 34c 

Isle Verte (n.p.) 39 

3 

Jamaica Exhibition 6h 

Johnston, Samuel . . (n.p.) 73a 

Justice, Annual Report 12 

K 

Kaministiquia River (n.p.) 42 

Kingston Graving Dock (n.p.) 40, 406, 40c 

£. 

Lachine Canal (n.p. ) 62c 

Laidlow, William (n.p.) 366 

Le Canada Newspaper (n.p. ) 39c 

Leduc, Charles (n.p.) 36a 

Library of Parliament, Annual Report 15 

Liquor in the North- West (n.p.) 74 

Logan's Farm, Property on (n.p.) 64 

Lowe Post Office (n.p.) 39/ 

M 

Mackenzie Basin Territory 87 

Manchester Ship Canal 62a 

Manitoba, Separate Schools in 63, 636 

do do (n.p.) 63a 

' ' Marie Eliza, " Schooner (n. p. ) 77 

Marine, Annual Report 7 

Maritime Provinces and West India trade. 26, 26a 

Maurice, Joseph Antoine (n.p.) 79 

"Medmerly," Barque. . (n.p.) 49 



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A. 1891 



M 

Military Clothing 75a 

Military District No. 1 (n.p.) 50 

Military District No. 11 (n.p.) 30a 

Militia and Defence, Annual Report 13 

Mining Machinery (n.p. ) 76 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses 21 

Monro, Thomas, Report of. 62a 

Montreal Custom House (n.p.) 83 

Morrisburg Canal (n.p.) 62/i 

Mortuary Statistics 6/ 

Munroe, Hugh, Claim of (n.p.) 346 

Muttart, William {n.p.) 73 

Napierville and St. Remi Railway (n.p.) 34cZ 

Nicolet, Fishing licenses in ("-P-) 54i 

North Shore Railway 34a 

North-West, Liquor in the (n.p.) 74 

North- West Mounted Police 19, 69 

O 

Ottawa River 43c 

Quillet, Hormidas (n.p. ) 53c 



Pay Roll, Military Camps (n.p.) 75 

Penitentiary, British Columbia (n.p.) 656 

Peterson, Captain (n.p.) 48 

Pictou & New Glasgow, Railway between (n.p. ) 70 

Pig Iron, Bounty on 67 

Point Abino . . ., (n.p.) 85 

Postmaster General, Annual Report 16 

Postmasters, Contingent expenses of 39c 

Post Office at Buckingham (n.p. ) 39a 

Post Office at Campbellton (n.p. ) 396 

Potatoes exported 47 

Prince Edward Island Railway (n.p.) 55, 73 

Public Accounts, Annual Report 1 

Public Officers' Commissions 24 

Public Printing and Stationery 14c 

Public Works, Annual Report 9 

Public Works Department Employees. . .(n.p.) 78 



Quebec, Bridge over St. Lawrence at 

Quebec Oriental Railway (n.p. 



R 

Railways and Canals, Annual Report . 

Railways subsidized 

Railway Statistics 



10 
34e 

106 
62ft 



Rapide Plat Canal (n.p. 

Receipts and Expenditures.. . . 22, 22a, 226, 22c, 22d 



R 

Richelieu and Berthier fisheries (n.p.) 54ft 

Richelieu River Floods (n.p.) 43 

Rideau Canal (n. p . ) 62;' 

S 

Saunders, William (n.p.) 73 

Savings Banks (n.p.) 39e* 

Schreiber, Collingwood, Report of 61 

Secretary of State, Annual Report 14 

Seizure of Schooner " Araunah " 8c 

Seizures in Behring Sea 86 

Separate Schools, M^pitoba 63, 636 

do do (n.p.) 63a 

Shareholders in Banks 2 

Soulanges Canal (n.p.) 62/ 

do 62a 

Spanish American Treaty 38c 

Standard of time 44 

Steamboat Inspection, Annual Report 7a 

Steamer " Stanley " (n.p. ) 58 

St. Emile de Sufi oik & St. Andre Avelin . (n. p. ) 39/ 

St. Flavie, Enquiry held at (n.p.) 53c 

St. Jean Deschaillons (n.p. ) 43a 

St. Joseph de Levis, Accident at (n.p.) 53a 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. . . .(n.p.) 65, 65a 

Sugar Beet (n.p.) 84 

Superannuations, Civil Service 23 

Supplementary »Estimates. 1 

Sutton West, Indian Agent at. . (n.p.) 29 

Sydney, C.B., to Oxford, Train from. . .(n.p.) 70 

T 

Thurber, James (n.p.) 36 

Timber and Deals 7c 

Timber and Sawlogs 57 

Time, Standard 44 

Trade and Navigation, Annual Report 4 

Trade between United States and Canada. 38, 38a 



United States and Canadian trade 38, 38a 

V 

Victoria, N.S., Returning Officer (n.p.) 60a 

W 

Warrants, Governor General's , 20, 20a 

Weights, Measures and Gas, Annual Report. 5a 

Welland Canal (n.p.) 626, 62c, 62a* 

Wellington, Military aid at (n.p.) 30 

Western Hemisphere Trade 66 

West India trade 26, 26a, 386 

Wharf at Big Bay (n.p.) 46 



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See also Alphabetical Index, page 1. ^ 

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS. 

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their Titles at full length ; the Dates when 
Ordered and when Presented to both Houses of Parliament ; the Name of 
the Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is Ordered 
to be Printed or Not Printed. 

©I© 



wm 
CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 1. 

1. Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1890 ; presented to the House of 
Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster. Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1892 ; 
presented 18th May, 1891. Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1891 ; pre- 
sented 4th June, 1891. Supplementary Estimates, 1891-32 ; presented, 16th September, 1891. 
Further Supplementary Estimates for the year* ending 30th June, 1892 ; presented 29th Septem- 
ber, 1891 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

&. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the dominion of Canada, as on the 31st December, 
1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 2. 

3. Report of the Auditor General on Appropriation Accounts, for the year ended 30th June, 1890. 

Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 3. 

4. Tables of the Trade and Navigation of the dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 

1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. M. Bowell— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 4. 

5. Report, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues of the dominion of Canada, for the fiscal 

year ended 30th June, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. 

Costigan. Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

5a. Inspection of Weights, Measures and Gas, being a supplement to the report of the department of 
inland revenue, 1890. Presented to the House-of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. Costigan — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
5b. Report on Adulteration of Food, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1890. Presented to the House 
of Commons, 1st June, 1891, by Hon. J. Costigan — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

6. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the dominion of Canada, for the calendar year 1890. Pre- 

sented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. John Haggart — 

Printed for both distribution and sessioned papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 5. 

•a. Report on Canadian Archives, 1891 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

66. Report on Western Hemisphere Trade Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

6c. Reports of the Director and Officers of the Experimental Farms, for the year 1890. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional petpers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 6. 

6 I. First Annual Report of the Dairy Commissioner for the dominion of Canada for 1890. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891 , by Hon. J. Haggart— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

6c. Report of the High Commissioner for Canada, with Reports from Agents in the United Kingdom, 
for the year 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart — 

Printed for both distribution and sessioned papers. 
6/. Mortuary Statistics of the principal cities and towns of Canada for the year 1890— 

Printed for both distribution and sessioned papers. 

6r/. Criminal Statistics for the year ended 30th September, 1890 — 

Printed for both distribution and sessioned petpers. 

6A. Report of the Honorary Commissioner, Mr. Adam Brown, representing Canada ac the Jamaica 
Exhibition, 1891. Presented to the House of Commons, 26th June, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart— 

Printed for both distribution and sessioned peepers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 7. 

7. Twenty-third Annual Report of the Department of Marine, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1890. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional peipers. 
7a. Report of the Chairman of the Board of Steamboat Inspection, etc., for calendar year ended 31st 
December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
7b. Evidence on the Export Cattle Trade of Canada. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 

1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper , Printed for both distribution etnd sessional papers. 

7c. Report of Evidence relative to the Carrying of Deck Loads of Timber and Deals during the winter 
months. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper — 

Printed for both distribution eind sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 8. 

H. Annual Report of the Department of Fisheries for the year 1890. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 6th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper. . . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

8a. Fisheries Statements and Inspectors' Reports for the year 1890. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 4th June, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 9. 

86. Correspondence relative to the Seizure of British Vessels in Behring Sea by United States .Authori- 
ties in 1886-91 ...... Printed for both distribution and sessioned papers. 

8c Correspondence respecting the Seizure of the British schooner " Araunah," off Copper Island, by the 
Russian Authorities, 1888-90 Printed for both distribution and sessioned papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 10. 

9. Annual Report of the Minister of Public Works, for the fiscal year 1889-90, on the works under his 
control. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Sir Hector Langevin — 

Printed for both distribution eind sessioned peipers. 



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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 11. 

10. Annual Report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year, from the 1st July, 1889, 

to 30th June, 1S90, on the works under his control. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th 

May, 1891, by Sir John A. Macdonald Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

lOa. Canal Statistics for season of Navigation, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 

1891, by Hon. M. Bowell , Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

lOb. Reports, Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the railways 

of the Dominion, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 24th June, 1891, by Hon. M. 

Bowell Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 12. 

11. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ending 31st December, 1890. Presented to 

the House of Commons, 10th September, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

11a. Preliminary abstract of the business of Canadian Life Insurance Companies for the year ending 31st 

December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers, 
lib. Abstract of statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, for the year ending 31st December, 1890. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional paper*. 
1&. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries in Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1890. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 6th May, 1891, by Sir John Thompson — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 13. 

13. Annual Report of the Department of Militia and Defence of the dominion of Canada, for the year 

ending 31st December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 11th May, 1891, by Sir Adolphe 
Caron Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

14. Report of the Secretary of State, for the year ended 31st December, 1890. Presented to the House of 

Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
11a. The Civil Service List of Canada, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by 

Hon. J. A. Chapleau .Printed for both distribution and sessional pap' rs. 

146. Report of the Board of Examiners for the civil service of Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 
1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

14c. Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery for the dominion of Canada, for the 
year ending 30th June, 1S90, with a partial report for services during six months ending 31st 
December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament on the state of the library of parliament. Presented to 

the House of Commons, 30th April, 1891, by Hon. Mr. Speaker. . Printed for sessional papers only. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 14. 

16. Report of the Postmaster General, for the year ended 30th June, 1890. Presented to the House o 

Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
IV. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the year 1890. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. E. Dewdney— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

17a. Summary Report of the Geological Survey Department, for the year 1890. Presented to the House 
of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. E. Dewdney— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 15. 

IN. Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the year ended 31st December, 1890. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. E. Dewdney. — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

19. Report of the Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police, 1890. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 18th May, 1891, by Sir John A. Macdonald. — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

JfiO. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the closing of Parliament, and of the expen- 
diture made on them, in accordance with the Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act. Presented 
to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster. . . .Printed for distribution only. 

itOa. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for a return showing details of the 
following items of expenditure which appear in the statement of Governor General's warrants issued 
since the closing of the last parliament : July 10th, 1890, franchise act, $4,000 ; March 26th, 1891, 
Kingston graving dock, .$6,006.14 ; August 30th, 1890, new dredging plant, $5,991.91 ; March 26th, 
1891, breakwater at Southampton, $38,022.39; April 28th, 1891, cost of litigated matters, 
$10,468.79; January 31st, 1891, seed grain to settlers in N.W.T., $2,298.18. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891. — Mr. Mulock Printed for distribution onln. 

21. Statement of expenditure on account of Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses from 1st July, 1890, to 

30th April, 1891. Presented to the House of Commons, 6th May, 1891, by Sir John A. Mac- 
donald Printed for distribution only. 

22. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1891, for a return of the receipts and 

expenditures in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from the 1st day of May, 1890, to 1st 
day of May, 1891 ; and comparative statements from 1st July, 1889, to 1st May, 1890. Presented 
to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891. — Sir R. Cartivright Printed for distribution only. 

22a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th May, 1891, for a return giving comparative 
statement of receipts and expenditures from 1st July, 1890, to 10th May, 1891, and from 1st July, 
1889, to 10th May, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 18th May, 1891.— Sir P. Cart- 
wrigh t Printed for distribution only. 

226. Statement of receipts and expenditures, in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from 1st July, 
1889, to 20th May, 1890 ; and like statement from 1st July, 1890, to 20th May, 1891. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster Printed for distribution only. 

22c. Statement of receipts and expenditures, in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from 1st July, 
1889, to 31st May, 1890 ; and like statement from 1st July, 1890, to 31st May, 1891. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 1st June, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster. ..... Printed/or distribution only. 

22c/. Statement of receipts and expenditures, in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from 1st July, 
1889, to the 10th June, 1890 ; and like statement from 1st July, 1890, to 10th June, 1891. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 17th June, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster.— 

Printed for distribution only. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 16. 

23. Statement of all superannuations and retiring allowances in the civil service, giving the name and 

rank of each person superannuated or retired, his salary, age and length of service, his allowance 
and cause of retirement, whether the vacancy has been filled by promotion or new appointment, 
etc., for year ended 31st December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 11th May, 1891, 
by Hon. G. E . Foster Printed for sessional papers only. 

24. List of public officers to whom commissions have issued under chapter 19 of the Revised Statutes of 

Canada, during the year 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. J. 
A. Chapleau Printed in No. 14. 

25. Return (in part) under resolution of the House of Commons, passed on the 20th February, 1882, on 

all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, respecting details as to: 1. Selection of the 
route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of land. 4. The payment of 
moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress thereon. 7. The rates of colls for pas- 
sengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amend- 
ments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest 
practicable date before the presentation of the return. 10. Copies of all orders in council and all 

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correspondence between the government and the railway company, or any member or officer of 
either, relating to the affairs of the company. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th May, 

. 1891, by 1 [on. E. 1 >ewdney Printed for sessional papers only. 

25a. List of lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, from the 1st October, 1889, to 1st Octo- 
ber, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 27th May, 1891, by Hon. E. Dewdney — 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

2G. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th May, 1891, for an abstract copy or copies 
of the cargoes carried by the steamships subsidized to run between the maritime provinces and the 
West Indies on each voyage during the present year 1891 ; showing the character and value of the 
cargoes carried and the port or ports of lading and discharge of such cargoes, with an abstract of 
any other information given in such manifest ; and also showing number of trips made by the 
steamers subsidized to carry on the steam service between the maritime provinces and the West 
India ports, during the year 1890 ; the dates of such trips, amount paid for each trip, the person or 
company carrying out said service for the present year, and whether any contract has been 
entered into for the service this year, and what rates are being paid therefor and to whom. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 18th May, 1891 — Mr. Davie*. .Printed for sessional papers only. 

1t6a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, to his excellency the Governor General of the 27th 
May, 1891, for : 1. Copies of all correspondence and reports to council on the subject of payment 
of subsidies to the Canadian, West Indian and South American Steamship Company, and to 
Messrs. Pickford and Black, or either of them, and for copies of all contracts between the Cana- 
dian, West Indian and South American Steamship Company (Limited), and Messrs. Pickford and 
Black, or either of them, and the government, for the steam service between Canada and the 
West Indies, entered into during the year 1890. 2. Also the names of persons or companies to 
whom the subsides for the steam service between St. John, N.B., and the West Indies were paid, 
previously to the execution of the contract by the Canadian, West Indian and South American 
Steamship Company, and the amounts so paid, and dates. Also the amount paid, and dates when 
paid to such steamship company, after entering into the contract. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 13th July, 1891 — Mr. Dames Printed for sessional papers only. 

27. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated the 6th May, 1891, for a return giving the date 
of the declarations in every riding during the recent general election. If adjournments or enlarge- 
were made, in any case, from the time fixed at the nominations, stating where, when, how often 
and for what reason, and giving the name and address of the returning officer where such occurred ; 
also giving the name, occupation and post office address of every returning officer ; showing the 
date of return by returning officer to the clerk of the crown in chancery, and the date of receipt of 
each by the clerk of the crown in chancery ; together with the name of the electoral district and 
the member elected thereto, and the date of publication of his return in the Canada Gazette. Also 
copies of all letters written by or on behalf of any member of the government to any member elect 
or to any other person or persons suggesting that any returning officer be asked to delay making 
his return to the clerk of the crown in chancery. Presented to the House of Commons, 19th May, 
1891. — Mr. Leinderkin. Printed for sessional papers only. 

27a. Return of the Seventh General Election for the House of Commons of Canada, by Samuel E. St. O. 
Chapleau, Esq., Clerk of the Crown in Chancery for Canada. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 19th May, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau . . Printed for both distribution and sessional peepers. 

38. Detailed statement of all bonds and securities registered in the department of the secretary of state' 
of Canada, since last return, 1890, submitted to the parliament of Canada under section 23, chapter 
19, of the Revised Statutes of Canada. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th May, 1891, by 
Hon. J. A. Chapleau , Not printed. 

29. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1891, for a return showing a detailed 
account of all expenses incurred in connection with an investigation held into the conduct of the 
indian agent at Sutton West. Presented to the House of Commons, 21st May, 1891. — Mr. 
Mulock Not printed. 

29a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for a list and prices paid for all 
articles purchased for the Indians of the counties of Guysboro' and Antigonish, including in said 
list any cattle purchased as well as farming implements, during the last three years. Also state- 
ment of prices realized from sale of cattle or other articles purchased for the use of the indians in 
said counties. Also statement in full of articles belonging to the department of the interior in 
said counties for the use of the said indians. Presented to the House of Commons, 27th May, 1891. 
— Mr. Fraser Not printed. 

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30. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 11th 

May, 1891, for a return of : 1. Copies of all correspondence and telegrams between the depart- 
ment of militia and defence, or any officer thereof, and the commander of "C" battery, having 
reference to sending a detachment of men under his command to Wellington on the 4th or 5th 
day of August last, ostensibly to aid the civil authorities of that district. 2. Also copies of the 
requisition served on the said commanding officer, invoking military aid at Wellington, together 
with the names of the magistrates who signed the requisition, also the distance from Wellington 
at which said magistrates reside. 3. Also copies of the reports of the commanding officer, confi- 
dential or otherwise, as to the necessity there was for the military occupation of Wellington, and 
for their continuance there, until they were recalled. 4. Also of all telegraphic or other corres- 
pondence between the department of militia and defence, or any officer of the government of 
Canada, and the provincial government of British Columbia, or with any officer thereof, if any, 
or with any other person, in reference to sending the said military force to Wellington. 5. Also a 
detailed statement of all moneys disbursed by the government of Canada, or by any department 
thereof, either as regimental pay, or for active service allowance, either to the officers and men of 
" C " battery, or both officers and men of the British Columbia Garrison Artillery, while on service 
at Wellington, or for their maintenance while there, or for their transportation to and from 
Wellington. 6. Also copies of all militia general and special orders issued by the militia depart- 
ment for the regulation and guidance of the officers of "C" battery since its establishment in 
British Columbia. Presented to the House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891. — Mr. Gordon — 

Not printed. 
30<z. Return to an order of the House of Commons dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return of all reports from 
the deputy adjutant general of military district Xo. 11 to the minister of militia, since January, 
1888 : 1. In regard to " C " battery barracks. 2. In regard to drill hall in Victoria. 3. In 
regard to removal of magazine from Beacon Hill Park. 4. In regard to condition of guns, stoi^e.-. 
gun platforms, etc. Also copies of all correspondence between the deputy adjutant general of 
military district Xo. 11 and the minister of militia, on the same subjects, since the same date. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 1st July, 1891. — Mr. Prior Not printed. 

31. Return to an address of the House of Commons, to his excellency the Governor General, dated 14th 

May, 1891, for a return of all petitions addressed to the government, praying for the analysis of 
intoxicating liquor manufactured or offered for sale, by wholesale or retail, in the dominion of 
Canada. Presented to the House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891. — Mr. Curran Not printed. 

•32. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th May, 1891, for copies of correspondence, 
papers, and all documents respecting steps taken by the government during last session, or since 
that time, to prevent American cheese being shipped through or from Canadian ports, and branded 
as Canadian ; also copies of the instructions now given to the proper authorities or preventive 
officers on the subject. Presented to the House of Commons, 26th May, 1891. — Mr. Meirsho.U — 

Not printed. 

33. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1891, for a return in the form used in 
the statements usually published in the Gazette of the exports and imports from 1st day of May, 
1890, to 1st day of May, 1891, distinguishing the products of Canada and those of other countries ;. 
and comparative statements from 1st July, 1889, to 1st May, 1890. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 27th May, 1891. — Sir R. Cartwright Printed for distribution only. 

3-4. Copies of papers relating to the sale of the Carleton Branch Railway to the city of St. John. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 29th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster Not printed 

34r/. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 18th 
June, 1891, for copies of all orders in council, correspondence, papers, reports and documents in 
relation to the returning of the debentures of the Xorth Shore Railway Company. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891.— Mr. Langtlier Printed for sessioned papers only. 

346. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th July, 1891, for all papers in reference to 
the claim of Hugh Munroe, of River John, Pictou County, for damages for injuries caused to his 
farm by the building of the Short Line Railway. Presented to the House of Commons, 10th 
August, 1891. — Mr. Fraser Not printed. 

34c. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 20th 
July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, petitions and memorials relating to the construction 
of a line of railway by the Inverness and Richmond Railway Company (Limited), in the county 
of Inverness, up to date. Presented to the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891. Mr. Cameron 
' Inverness ) Not printed. 

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•'*-*'/. Return bo an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 20th 
July, 1891, for copies of all petitions, letters or communications whatsoever received by the gov- 
ernment from any of the municipalities of the county of Napierville, or from any person in the 
said county, and of any answers made by the government thereto, up to the 5th March last, in 
relation to the granting of a subsidy in aid of the construction of a railway between the village of 
Napierville and the village of St. Remi. Presented to the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891. 
— Mr. Monet Not printed. 

34^. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated the 18th June, 1891, for a return showing: 
1. The names of the several railways in the dominion to which dominion aid has been granted, 
except the Canadian Pacific main line 2. The province within which the said railway, in whole 
or in part, is located, and if located in two or more provinces, the number of miles in each. 3. The 
county or counties through which the said lines run in each province. 4. The amount of money 
paid to each up to the 1st January, 1891. 5. The railways built in the dominion by the dominion 
since confederation, excepting the main line of the Intercolonial and main line of the Canadian 
Pacific. 6. The province within which built. 7. The entire cost of each line built or assisted by 
the dominion, in each province, including eqviipment. 8. The entire sum spent up to 1st January 
last, on the construction of dominion roads in each province, excepting the Intercolonial main line 
and Canadian Pacific main line. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th September, 1891. — 
Mr. Mc Mull en . Printed for sessional papers only. 

35. Report of the Commissioner, Dominion Police, for the year 1890, under Revised Statutes of Canada. 

chapter 184, section 5. Presented to the House of Commons, 1st June, 1891, by Sir John 
Thompson Not printed. 

36. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 12th 

May, 1891, for copies of all orders in council, letters, correspondence, and documents of every 
nature respecting the resignation of James Thurber, Esq., lieutenant-colonel of the sedentary 
militia, in the county of Lotbiniere ; the appointment of his son, Mr. William Thurber, as light- 
house keeper in the parish of St. Croix ; and the refusal of the government to grant to the said 
James Thurber, Esq., the amount claimed by him as his superannuation allowance. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 1st June, 1891. — Mr. Rinfret Not printed. 

36a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1891, for all correspondence and 
papers relating to the resignations and re-appointments to office of the following parties : Samuel 
Genest, John Cosgrove and Charles Leduc. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — 
Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

366. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th June, 1891, for a return of all letters, cor- 
respondence and papers relating to the cause of the resignation and l-emoval of William Laidlow, 
of Arthur, from the North- West Mounted Police, and all papers and correspondence relating to 
his application for compensation for the loss of his thumb while in the service ; also the award of 
compensation paid him, if any. Presented to the House of Commons, 6th July, 1891.— iff. Mc 
Mullen Not printed. 

37. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th May, 1891, for a return showing how many 

yards of cotton sail duck have been imported at Halifax, Nova Scotia, from the 30th June, 1889, 
to 30th June, 1890, and from 30th June, 1890, to 30th December, 1890, and the value of such im- 
portation respectively. Presented to the House of Commons, 2nd June, 1891. — Mr. White (Shel- 
burnej Not printed 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 17. 

38. Papers relating to the extension and development of trade between the United States and the domin- 

ion of Canada, including the colony of Newfoundland. Presented to the House of Commons, 3rd 
June, 1891, by Sir John Thompson Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

38«. Further papers relating to the extension and development of trade between the United States and 
dominion of Canada, including the colony of Newfoundland. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 22nd June, 1891, by Sir John Thompson .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

386. Copy of a report of the honourable the privy council of the 4th November, 1890, relative to the proposal 
made by the government of Canada to the governors of British West India Islands and of British 
Guiana for the extension of trade, together with correspondence, etc., referring to the same sub- 
ject. Presented to the House of Commons, 29th July, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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38c. Correspondence and telegrams respecting the Spanish American Treaty. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 22nd September, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster Printed for sessional papers only. 

39. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for copies of the report of the 

enquiry held by J. B. Caouette, in 1890, respecting the abstraction, from the post office at Isle 
Verte, of a newspaper addressed to a resident of that parish ; of all letters from the post office 
department to the said Caouette, and replies thereto, and of any report made by the said 
Caouette ; also of all official correspondence in relation to the said enquiry. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 16th June, 1891. —Mr. Amyot Not printed. 

3©«. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, peti- 
tions and memorials relating to and praying for the construction of a suitable post office in the 
town of Buckingham, county of Ottawa. Presented to the House of Commons, 16th June, 1891. 
— Mr. Devlin . . • Not printed. 

396. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 27th 
May, 1891, for copies of all petitions, memorials, reports and orders in council in reference to the 
establishment of a post office at Campbellton, in the county of Inverness, Nova Scotia. Presented 
to the House of Commons, 19th June, 1891.— Mr. Laurier Not printed. 

39c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for a return showing the contin- 
gent expenses of the several salaried postmasters of the dominion for the fiscal years 1888, 1889 
and 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 24th July, 1891.— Mr. McMullen— 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

39c/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th May, 1891, for a return showing the 
amount deposited in each of the post office and dominion savings banks in the dominion on the 30th 
June, 1891. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891.— Mr. McMullen— 

Not printed . 

39f. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th July, 1891, for copies of correspondence 
between the proprietor or proprietors of the newspaper Le Canada, published at Ottawa, and any 
member of th* government ; also of any correspondence between any member of the govern- 
ment and any other person in relation to the suspension of the publication in the said newspaper 
Le Canada, of the table showing the arrival and departure of mails at the Ottawa post office. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891. — Mr. Beausoleil Not printed. 

39/". Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, corres- 
pondence and petitions relating to the establishment of a post office in the township of Lowe, 
county of Ottawa ; also petitions, memorials and documents complaining of the mail service 
between Ste. Emile de Suffolk and St. Andre Avelin, in the county of Ottawa. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 17th August, 1891.— Mr. Devlin .Not printed. 

40. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for copies of the tenders asked 

for to construct a graving dock at Kingston ; the tenders received ; the reports and calculations 
made by the engineers of the department of public works made and based on these tenders ; the 
contract which has been entered into ; the reports of the engineers which may have been made on 
the carrying out of the works ; or the changes which may have been made in them ; and also a 
statement of the sums paid out to the contractors up to date. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 4th June, 1891.— Mr. Guay Not printed. 

40a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th July, 1891, for copies of the tenders received 
and accepted for the construction of a caisson in connection with the Esquimalt graving dock ; the 
report of Mr. H. F. Perley in this connection ; and all other correspondence referring to this con- 
tract. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th August, 1891. — Mr. Tarte Not printed. 

406. Papers respecting the Kingston graving dock. Presented to the House of Commons, 6th July, 
1891, by Sir Hector Langevin Not printed. 

•AOc Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 1st 
July, 1891, for : 1. Copy of original plan and also of alteration made to Kingston dry dock, 
showing the additional excavations, crib work, extra masonry and additional iron works in caissons, 
together with the qiiantities of each class of extra work paid or undertaken to be paid for, and 
the rates of payment for the said extra work. 2. Copy of the order in council, dated 5th July, 
1890, concerning the contract for the building of said dry dock. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 19th August, 1891.— Mr. Amyot Not printed. 

■iOd. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd August, 1891, for copies of all petitions, 
correspondence, reports of surveys and any other documents relating to the construction of a dry 

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dock at the town of Amherstburg. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th August, 1891. — 
Mr. Allan, Not printed. 

41. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th May, 1891, for a return giving the report 
of Mr. J. R. Arnoldi, engineer of the mechanical department of public works, to the special 
committee on ballot boxes last session. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — 
Mr. Lcmderkin ..Printed for sessional papers only. 

45$. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1891, for a return of all papers, 
correspondence and other documents relating to the dredging on the bar of the Kaministiquia 
River, Thunder Bay, since July, 1890, including the advertisement, tenders received and contract 
for such dredging ; also engineer's report to the department, showing what progress has been made 
in the work up to the 1st of December last ; also statement showing the amounts paid on account 
of such work, t» whom paid, dates and amounts of such payments. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 4th June, 1891. — Mr. Campbell Not printed. 

43. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for copy of the report of H. F. 

Perley, Esq., chief engineer of the public works department, respecting the causes of the flooding 
by the waters of the Richelieu River, of the lands of the riparian owners, in the counties of Iber- 
ville, St. John and Missisquoi. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — Mr. 
Bechard Not printed. 

43a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th June, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 
letters, reports and documents of every description, respecting the deepening of the river and the 
lifting and removal of boulders from the batture of St. Jean Deschaillons. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 22nd July, 1891. — Mr. Rinfrct , Not printed. 

436. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, for copies of reports of engineers 
as to improvements in the navigation of the Grand River. Presented to the House of Commons, 
4th August, 1891. — Mr. Montague Not printed. 

43c. Supplementary return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 21st 
January, 1890, for copies of all reports and other communications in reference to the deposit of 
sawdust, slabs and other offensive material in the Ottawa and other rivers of the dominion, 
together with a letter from the deputy minister of fisheries relative thereto. Presented to the 
Senate, 19th August, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Clcmoio Printed for sessional papers only. 

43d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd August, 1891, for copies of petitions, cor. 
respondence, etc., relating to reconstruction, by private parties, of the Caledonia Dam, across the 
Grand. River. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th September, 1891. — Mr. Montague — 

Not printed. 

44. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, com- 

munications, and reports in the possession of the government, relating to the fixing of a standard 
of time and the legalization thereof. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — Mr. 
Kirkpatrick Printed for both dist rib ut ion and sessional papers. 

45. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for copies of all letters and 

correspondence between the government or any member thereof, or any public department, and 
Mr. Solyme Forgues, of St. Michel de Bellechasse, returning officer, in relation to the last dominion 
election in the electoral district of Bellechasse. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 
1891. — Mr. Amyot . . Not printed. 

46. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for a return showing what 

amount of money was expended in repairing wharf at Big Bay, in the township of Keppel, North 
Grey, during the summer of 1890 ; whether the work was let by tender or private contract ; who 
performed the work ; who acted as inspector, and what compensation did the inspector receive. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — Mr. Somervillc Not printed- 

47. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for a return showing the number 

of bushels of potatoes exported from Canada from 1st October, 1890, to 1st May, 1891, and the 
place to which exported. Presented to the House of Commons, 6th June, 1891. — Mr. McMullen — 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

48. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return of all correspondence 

between all persons and the department of marine and fisheries, recommending or with reference 
to a reward given to Captain Peterson of the American schooner " Seigfried," for his services in 
rescuing the captain and crew of the schooner " Blizzard," of Lunenburg, in October last. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 10th June, 1891. — Mr. Flint Not printed. 

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49. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd June, 1891, for correspondence with the 

department of marine respecting presentation of binocular glasses to the volunteers rescuing the 
crew of the barque "Medmerly," lost on Ray's Island, Pictou County, in November last past. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 16th June, 1891.— Mr. Eraser , .Not 'printed. 

50. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for copy of all correspondence, 

papers and reports, in the possession of the government, relating to the locality for holding the 
camp of militia district No. 1, for the years 1890 and 1891. Presented to the House of Commons ) 
16th June, 1891. — Mr. Hitman Hot printed. 

51. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 5th 

May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, petitions, memorials and any other documents submit- 
ted to the privy council, in connection with the abolition of the official use of the French language 
in the province of Manitoba by the legislature of that province ; also copies of reports to, or orders 
in council thereon ; also copies of the act or acts relating thereto. Presented to the House of 

Commons, 18th June, 1891. — Mr. LaRiviere Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

5&. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 5th 
May, 1891, for copies of the order in council of date the 10th May, 1888, granting a subsidy of 
$12,500 per annum to Mr. Julien Chabot, for the use of the steamboat "Admiral," between Dal- 
housie and Gaspe, in connection with the Intercolonial Railway ; and also of all other orders in 
council which may have been passed afterwards in respect to the same steamboat. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 19th June, 1891 — Mr. Quay Not printed. 

52a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for copies of the contract with 
the owners or owner, or the party in possession of the steamboat " Admiral," made by the gov- 
ernment in consequence of an order in council bearing date the 10th May, 1888 ; also of the con* 
tracts, deeds or transfers which may have been executed or notified to the government, since the 
said date of the 10th of May, 1888 ; also a statement of the sums paid out for the use of the said 
steamboat ; the names of the persons to whom these sums have been paid ; and the date of the 
payments and of the receipts which have been given therefor. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 24th June, 1891.- -Mr. Guay Not printed. 

5ftb. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 13th 
. July, 1891, for copies of any order or orders in council, adopted between the years 1883 and 1888, 
in relation to the steamer " Admiral " and the service performed by the said steamer between Dal- 
housie and Gaspe or other points, in connection with the Intercolonial Railway. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891.— Mr. Tarte .Not printed. 

52c Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 13th 
July, 1891, for copies of the contract or contracts between the owners or owner or person in pos- 
session of the steamer " Admiral " and the government, between the years 1883 and 1888; also 
copies of all deeds of transfer, etc., filed with the government, in respect of the said steamer ; also 
a statement of all sums paid during the said period of time for the service of the said steamer, 
with the names of the persons to whom the said sums were paid and the dates of such payments. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891. — Mr. Tarte Not printed. 

53. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1891, for a return showing the cost of 
construction of the several elevators built on the Intercolonial Railway and branches ; showing 
where erected and the capacity of each ; the date of erection, and the quantity of grain that 
passed through each of them, each year, since their completion. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 19th June, 1891.— Mr. McMullen. Not printed. 

53a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, docu- 
ments, etc., between the officials of the Intercolonial Railway at Moncton and the department of 
railways in relation to the accident at St. Joseph de Levis, on the 18th December, 1890. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 19th June, 1891. — Mr. Carroll .Not printed. 

536. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for all correspondence, tele- 
grams, letters, reports and other papers relating to the proposed "additional property accom- 
modation " of Intercolonial Railway at St. John, N.B. Presented to the House of Commons, 
12th August, 1891.— Mr. Davies . > . Not printed. 

53c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th July, 1891, for copies of all paper writings, 
documents, depositions, etc., respecting or in connection with the enquiry held at St. Flavie, on 
the line of the Intercolonial Railway, into the conduct of Mr. Hormidas Ouillet, superintendent 

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of the workshops of the said Intercolonial Railway, as well as in relation to any other employees. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 26th September, 1891. — Mr. Choquettc Not printed. 

54. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1891, for : 1. A statement of all fish- 
ing licenses granted in 1890, in the following counties : Berthier, Maskinonge, St. Maurice, 
Champlain, Nicolet, Yamaska and Richelieu, showing the names of those who obtained such 
licenses, the amount paid by each of them and the date of each payment. 2. A statement of the 
quantity and value of the several kinds of fish taken by the said license-holders, according to the 
reports of the fishery overseers for the said counties. 3. Copies of all instructions sent to the 
fishery overseers of the said several counties in 1890 and 1891, up to date. 4. Copies of all letters, 
petitions and complaints received in relation to this subject during the years 1890 and 1891, up 
to this date, and of all replies made thereto. 5. For a statement of the salaries of the fishery 
overseers of the said counties, and of all other costs and expenditure incurred by the government 
in connection with the fisheries of the counties aforesaid, during the year 1890. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 22nd June, 1891 Not printed. 

54rf. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return showing the names 
of all persons in the county of Queen's, Nova Scotia, to whom fishing bounties have been paid 
during the last five years, with the amount paid each, and the dates of payment ; the amount still 
unpaid, with the names of the persons to whom such bounties are still due. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 23rd June, 1891. — Mr. Forbes Not printed. 

546. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for a return of the names of all 
persons in the county of Guysboro' to whom fishing bounties have been paid during the last three 
years, with the amount paid each, the amount still unpaid with the names of the persons to whom 
such bounties are still due. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd June, 1891. — Mr. Fraser — 

Not printed. 

-54c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for a return showing the amount 
paid for the supplies required by the crews of the several government vessels engaged in the fishery 
protection service, in the province of Ontario, for the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1890, together 
with the names of parties from whom purchases were made, and the prices paid. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 24th June, 1891. — Mr. Somervillc Not printed. 

54ti. Return to an order of the House of CommDns, dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return of papers, corres- 
pondence, reports and other documents in the possession of the government relating to the subject 
of the herring fisheries of the Bay of Fundy and its adjacent waters during the past year, includ- 
ing the report of the conference of fishery officers held at Ottawa on the subject. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 30th June, 1891. —Mr. Bowers Not printed. 

54e. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for a return of the costs and 
expenses of adjusting the amounts claimed for fishery bounties and of preparing and distributing 
the fishery bounty cheques in each year since 1883, and also the names of the persons authorized to 
distribute the bounty cheques in the province of Nova Scotia during the years 1889, 1890 and 1891. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 16th July, 1891. — Mr. Flint — 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

54/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for a return giving the names 
of all persons in the county of Guysboro' fined for violation of the fishery laws, since the 1st day 
of January, 1890 ; the amount of each fine and costs ; the sum collected of each ; the names of the 
parties whose fines have been remitted, with the reason for such remission ; the names of parties in 
said county against whom fines are still outstanding, with the amount of each and costs. Presented 
to the House of Commons, 22nd June, 1891. — Mr. Fraser Not printed. 

54r/. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 15th 
May, 1891, for a return of all papers, letters and documents in any way whatever relating ta the 
dispensing with the services of J. R. Graham, of Fenelon Falls, as fishery inspector or overseer 
within the county of Victoria, and of all communications with or representations to the govern- 
ment, or any member thereof, or any officer or clerk in the department of marine and fisheries, 
relating to the said J. R. Graham and the performance of his duties prior to dispensing with his 
services ; and of all new rules or regulations (if any) for the appointment of fishery inspectors in 
said county and the performance of their duties. Presented to the House of Commons, 3rd August, 
1891.— Mr. Barron . Not printed. 

54i Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 30th April, 1890, 
for copies of all departmental orders relating to the fisheries of the counties of Richelieu and Ber- 

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thier, and a copy of all correspondence had since 1887 between the department of fisheries and the 
fishery officers of the said counties on this subject. Presented to the Senate, 14th July, 1891. — Hon. 
Mr. '•' ni'vreraont Not printed. 

54/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, d*ted 27th July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 
connected with the appointment of George Boisvert as fishery officer over that portion of the River 
St. Lawrence along the front of the county of Nicolet. Also for copies of all correspondence con- 
nected with the issuing of fishing licenses for the county of Nicolet between Fabien Boisvert, at 
that time member of the House of Commons of Canada, or any other persons, and the government. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 21st August, 1891. — Mr. Leduc Not printed. 

55. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for a return for the years 1889 

and 1890 of all reports from or correspondence with the superintendent of the Prince Edward 
Island Railway, with respect to the condition of the road-bed or the rails of such railway, together 
with any reports or representations made with respect to such road-bed or rails by any of the track 
masters or other officers of said road. 2. Showing what portion in mileage of such road-bed has 
been relaid with steel rails since the completion of such road. Presented to the House of Commons, 
2nd July, 1891. — Mr. Davies ... . . . Not printed. 

56. Statement of the affairs of the British Canadian Loan and Investment Company, for the year ended 

31st December, 1890 ; also a list of shareholders on 31st December, 1890. Presented to the Senate, 
4th May, 1891, by the Hon. the Speaker Not printed. 

57. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for a return showing the quan- 

tities and kinds of timber and sawlogs cut annually in the lately disputed territory, in the province 
of Ontario, under the authority of timber licenses issued by the government of Canada ; the names 
of such licensees ; and showing also how the dues were imposed, and the amount per thousand 
feet, board measure, realized by the government of Canada from each person or firm so licensed in 
each year from 1875 to 1887, inclusive ; or what royalty or other revenue was received by the 
government from licensees aforesaid on such quantities cut or sold. Presented to the House 
of Commons, 6th July, 1891. — Mr. Barron Printed for sessional papers only. 

5H. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th May, 1891, for a return giving the date at 
which the steamer " Stanley " commenced running between Prince Edward Island and the main- 
land in the fall of 1890, how many tiips made, date of each trip, the number of passengers and 
the amount of freight taken to and from Prince Edward Island ; the amount of money collected 
on account of passengers and the amount for freight ; also the expenses of working said steamer 
during the winter of 1891, and the date at which said steamer stopped running from Prince 
Edward Island to the mainland ; together with the report of the deputy minister, dated 5th 
March, 1891, touching this steamer, and all correspondence, telegrams and representations made to 
the marine and post office departments touching the mail and steamboat service between the 
island and the mainland. Presented to the House of Commons, 13th July, 1891. — Mr. Perry — 

Not printed. 

50. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 8th 
July, 1891, for copies of all petitions, correspondence and documents whatsoever, respecting the 
grant of a subsidy to the Quebec Oriental Railway. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th 
July, 1891. — Mr. Vaillancourt .Not printed. 

60. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 
letters or telegrams addressed to the auditor general with reference to the payment of accounts as 
rendered to the auditor general by the returning officer of the electoral district of the east riding 
of Elgin ; also the names and post office addresses of the returning officer, deputy returning 
officers, poll clerks and constables for the electoral district of the east riding of Elgin ; also the 
respective amounts as claimed by each ; the amount actually paid to each up to date, including 
amount of balance, if any, as rendered by the returning officer in his original account to the 
auditor general. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th July, 1891. — Mr. Ingram — 

Not printed. 

60<7. Return to an address of the House of Commons, to his excellency the Governor General, dated 27th 
July, 1891, for copy of all correspondence between John A. Macdonald, M. P. (Victoria, N. S. ), 
or any other parties in the county of Victoria, N. S., and the government, or any department or 
official of the government, previous to the late general elections, in reference to the appointment 
of a returning officer at said elections for said county. Presented to the House of Commons, 3rd 
August, 1891.— Mr. Flint Not printed. 

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61. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th June, 1891, for copy of the report of 
Collingwood Sohreiber, Esq., upon survey made by him of the river St. Lawrence immediately 
opposite and in the vicinity of the city of Quebec, for the purpose of ascertaining whether it was 
possible to build a railway bridge there. ^Presented to the House of Commons, 14th July, 1891. 
— Mr. La urit r Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

65$. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 11th 
May, L891, for all correspondence between any department of the government and H. E. Hartley, 
late lockmaster on the Carillon and Grenville Canal, in reference to his retirement from the civil 
service, and any report to council or order in council upon the same subject, together with all 
1 tapers connected with the dismissal of Mr. Hartley; Presented to the House of Commons, 2Gth 
June, 1891. — Mr. Christie Not printed. 

65$(/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for a copy of the report of Thos. 
Monro, government engineer, upon the Manchester Ship Canal. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 21st July, 1891. — Mr. Mulock .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

Gi&b. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, corres- 
pondence, documents and papers showing the number of extra or additional men employed on the 
old and new Welland Canal, between the 10th day of February, 1891, and the 7th day of March, 
1891 ; the names of such men, the work required to be done, and the amount of money paid to 
each man. Presented to the House of Commons, 28th July, 1891. — Mr. German. . . .Not printed. 

65$c. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 17th June, 1891, 
for a statement and account showing the amount of money received and taken in excess of what 
was just and proper by William Ellis, superintendent of the Welland Canal, if any, from the 29th 
day of December, 1879, until the 11 th day of September, 1889 ; also a statement showing the 
amount of money paid back by Mr. Ellis, if any, and date of payments, if any. Further, a copy 
of the bond given as security by Mr. Ellis, if any, to secure the payment of the money taken in 
excess. Presented to the Senate, 29th July, 1891.— Hon. Mr. McCallurn Not printed. 

65$</. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 17th 
June, 1891, for copies of all petitions, letters and communications from the city of St. Catharines, 
and other municipalities on the Welland Canal, or from any persons or corporations, for the 
privilege of using surplus water from said canal for manufacturing or other purposes ; and of the 
reports of engineers of canals, thereon, and the replies of the government to all such applications. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891. — Mr. Gibson . Not printed. 

&&c. Return to order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, for : 1. Copies of the specifications 
prepared by the government and which formed the basis of the call for tenders for the work of 
constructing a drain from Lachine to Cote St. Paul, along the Lachine Canal. 2. Copies of all 
tenders filed for the said work, and of the reports of the officers of the department of railways and 
canals thereupon. 3. Copies of the report awarding the contract for the said work, and of the said 
contract. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891.— Mr. Prifontaine . .Not printed. 

651/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all reports of en- 
gineers respecting the proposed Soulanges Canal, showing the number of sections into which the 
work is to be divided, the length of each section, the quantities of the several classes of work in 
each section, and detailed estimates of the cost of each section ; the whole to be accompanied with 
a continuous tracing or plan and profile of the whole line showing the several sections and the 
structures of each section. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891. — Mr. 
Mousseau Not printed. 

65$#. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for a statement showing all 
expenditure, and a return of all reports and plans of government engineers, if any, in connection 
with the Soulanges Canal, from 1873 to 1889, exclusively, and from 1889, inclusively, to June, 
1890 ; also a return of all plans and specifications made by engineers and completed by them, at the 
said date, June, 1890, in relation to the said Soulanges Canal. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 12th August, 1891. — Mr. Mousseau Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

G"Zh. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 27th 
May, 1891, for copies of all tenders, both first and second calls, for sections one, two and three 
respectively, of the enlargement of the Rapide Plat or Morrisburg Canal, a division of the St. 
Lawrence Canals, the return to comprise the quantities of the several items in the schedule of 
prices on which the tenders were computed, and the aggregate of each tender. Also copies of all 
correspondence, orders in council, reports of engineers relating to the tenders, or contracts, [or 

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works, or as to changes in location or of designs, and all estimates in detail of the cost of said 
works and the reason for rejecting the first batch of tenders. Presented to the House of Commons, 
21st August, 1891. — Mr. Murray . . . Not printed. 

63*'. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return of all letters and 
memorials complaining of the high water in the Rideau Canal between Kingston and Jones' Falls ; 
copies of letters from Colonel By and others, showing the depth of water allowed for vessels navi- 
gating the canal ; a statement showing the average depth of water in the canal for the first forty 
years after construction, and for the last ten years ; also for copies of plans and reports of 
engineers engaged on the survey of the Kingston Mills Level, showing the estimate of cost of 
lowering the water and the quantity of land to be reclaimed if the water is lowered. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 26th September, 1891.— Mr. Kirkpatrick Not printed. 

63. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 5th 

May, 1891, for copies of all corresponden ce, petitions, memorials, briefs and factums, and of any 
other documents submitted to the privy council in connection with the abolition of separate schools 
in the province of Manitoba by the legislature of that province ; also copies of reports to, and 
orders in council thereon ; also copies of any act or acts of said legislature abolishing said separate 
schools or modifying in any way the system existing prior to 1890. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 20th July, 1891. — Mr. LaRivierc Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

63a. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 5th 
May, 1891, for a copy of all petitions presented to his excellency with reference to the school acts 
of Manitoba ; and all memorials, reports, orders in council and correspondence in .connection with 
the same. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th August, 1891. — Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

636. Supplementary return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor 
General, dated 5th May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, petitions, memorials, briefs and 
factums, and of any other documents submitted to the privy council in connection with the abo- 
lition of separate schools in the province of Manitoba by the legislature of that province ; also copies 
of reports to, and orders in council thereon ; also copies of any act or acts of said legislature 
abolishing said separate schools or modifying in any way the system existing prior to 1890. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 4th September, 1891. — Mr. LaRivierc — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

64. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, for copies of the petition of 

right presented to the minister of justice for his fiat by Joseph Desmarteau for improvements 
alleged to have been made by him on a " piece of land forming part of the property heretofore 
known as Logan's Farm, and being a portion of the lot number eleven hundred and thirty-six 
(1136) of the official plan and book of reference of the St. Mary's Ward, in the city of Montreal, 
measuring one hundred and fifty-six feet in width by a depth of four hundred and fifty-two (452) 
feet on the south-west side, and four hundred and eighty-seven (487) feet on the north-east side, 
English measure, and more or less, and being bounded on the north-east side by the highway 
known as Papineau Road, on the south-west side by a portion of the said lob number eleven 
hundred and thirty-six (1136), on the south-east by the lot number eleven hundred (1100) of 
said plan and book of reference, and on the north-west by Sherbrooke Street, being another 
portion of the said lot eleven hundred and thirty-six ; " of the decision of the minister of 
justice ; and of all correspondence on the same. Presented to the House of Commons, 21st July, 
1891. — Mr. Laurier Not printed. 

65. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 12th May, 1890, for 

a statement showing the expenses incurred by the inspector of penitentiaries in his visits, ordinary 
or extraordinary, to St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary during the last ten years, as well as his 
personal expenses for each day of such visits, as those occasioned on each day of such visits by his 
travelling from Montreal to St. Vincent de Paul, and vice versa, for horses, servants, and their 
keep and lodging. Presented to the Senate, 1.8th June, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Bellerose. . ..Not printed. 

65a. Supplementary return re St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. Presented to the Senate, 19th June, 
1891, by Hon. Mr. Abbott . . Not printed. 

656. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 30th July, 1891, 
for a detailed copy of accepted tender, giving estimated quantity, price per unit, and amount of 
all drugs and medicines to be supplied the British Columbia Penitentiary by McPherson & 
Thompson, of New Westminster, B.C., for the year ending 30th June, 1892. Presented to the 
Senate, 12th August, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Mclnnes (Victoria, B.C.J Not printed. 

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66. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 23rd June, 1891, 

for copies of all correspondence between the department of justice and the judges in Canada 
charged with judicial functions in criminal matters as well as the attorney general of each province, 
respecting the expediency of abolishing the functions of the grand jury in relation to the adminis- 
tration of criminal justice. Presented to the Senate, 8th July, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Gowan — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

67. Statement of amounts paid for claims for bounty on pig iron manufactured in the dominion ; show- 

ing quantities claimed upon and names of claimants, as well as amount paid in each case. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 28th July, 1891, by Hon. Mr. Bowell — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

68. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 1st 

July, 1891, for a statement showing the amount of dominion notes in circulation on 31st May, 
1891, and amount of gold and guaranteed debentures held in security on said date for redemption 
of said notes. Also statement showing the proportion of such gold reserve held by the minister of 
finance and receiver-general, and the proportion thereof held by any chartered banks for such 
redemption. Also statement showing the arrangements made with such banks, under which they 
hold such gold reserve. Presented to the House of Commons, 29th July, 1891. — Mr. Mulock — 

Not printed. 

69. Departmental report on charges preferred against the Commissioner of the North -West Mounted 

Police. Presented to the House of Commons, 30th July, 1891, by Sir John Thompson — 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

70. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 

since 1st July, 1890, from the New Glasgow board of trade and other boards or persons, respecting 
the through train from Sydney, C.B , to Oxford, Cumberland County, via the Short Line Rail- 
way. Also copies of all correspondence during said time from any person or persons, asking for 
better railway accommodation between Pictou and New Glasgow, to and from Halifax. Presented 
to the House of Commons, 31st July, 1891. — Mr. Fraser Not printed. 

71. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for copies of all tenders for the 

construction of the Annapolis public buildings ; a copy of the contract entered into with the Gov- 
ernment for the construction of the same ; a copy of the conveyance to the Queen of the land upon 
which the same are erected ; a statement of all amounts paid to the contractor on account of the 
work, with dates of payment. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th August, 1891. — Mr. Lister — 

Not printed. 

72. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 

and all documents, or other information in the possession of the Government, relating to entire 
horses stationed at the central experimental farm, or at any other of the experimental farms in the 
dominion of Canada. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th August, 1891. — Mr. McMillan — 

Not printed. 

73. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 

and orders relative to the dismissal of William Saunders and William Muttart, section foremen 
of the Prince Edward Island Railway, in March or April last. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 10th August, 1891. — Mr. Perry Not printed. 

73a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th July, 1891, for a return of all correspon- 
dence, letters or papers in any way connected with the dismissal, in June, 1884, of one Samuel 
Johnston, from his position as a preventive officer, in her majesty's customs, for the station from 
Clifton to Dunnville. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd September, 1891. — Mr. German — 

Not printed. 

74. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for a return showing : 1. Copies 

of all reports and correspondence relating to the permit system, and the administration thereof ; 
copies of all regulations under which liquor is brought into the North- West Territories and sold 
there ; also copies of all memorials addressed to the government relating to the present system and 
the sale of liquors, and the replies to the same. 2. Copies of orders or regulations relating to the 
sale of liquor on passenger trains in the North- West Territories, and within the limits of Banff 
Park, and statement of kinds and quantities of liquor so sold. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 12th August, 1891. — Mr. Watson Not printed. 

75. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated L8th June, 1891, for copies of the pay-roll of the 

last military camp at Sorel and St. John's, P.Q. Presented to the House of Commons, 18th 
August, 1891. — Mr. Lipine Not printed. 

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75a. Statement showing names of tenderers, names of contractors and contract prices of military clothing 
for 1891-92. Presented to the House of Commons, 21st August, 1891, by Sir Adolphe Caron — 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

76. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th June, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 

between the minister of customs and the collector of customs at Kootenay Lake, and between the 
minister of customs and any other person, relating to the admission of mining machinery into the 
Kootenay Lake district free of duty. Also a copy of instructions from the minister of customs to 
the collector of customs on Kootenay River, referring to the free admission of mining machinery. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 20th August, 1891. — Mr. Mara Not printed. 

77. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 

reports, paper writings and documents respecting the seizure and sale of the schooner " Marie 
Eliza, " in 1887, by the collector of customs at Rimouski. Presented to the House of Commons, 
20th August, 1891.— Mr. Langelier , , Not printed. 

78. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for a return showing : — 1. The 

names of all permanent clerks in the department of public works, their duties and annual salaries. 
2. Names of all extra clerks in the said department, their salaries, and the kind of work per- 
formed ; also eopies of their civil service examination certificates. 3. The names of all persons 
doing extra work outside of the building, and the nature of work, giving the names of ladies and 
gentlemen separately. 4. The names of mechanics or others employed in the government work- 
shops at Ottawa. 5. The names of all messengers employed in the said department, either perma- 
nent or temporary. 6. The number and names of all labourers employed by the said department 
since January last, in and around the buildings under government control at Ottawa, including 
Rideau Hall, stating the kind of work performed and wages paid. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 21st August, 1891.— Mr. McMullen. Not printed. 

79. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, f or : 1 . Copies of all claims pre- 

sented to the government since 1880, by Mr. Joseph Antoine Maurice, merchant, of the village of 
Chambly Basin, and Dame Julie Fournier, his wife, for losses suffered by them in reference to 
lands purchased by them from the government in 1875. 2. Copies of all correspondence and letters 
addressed to any department of the government by any person or persons, in relation to said mat- 
ter. 3. Copies of all correspondence between any of the said departments, or between any De- 
partment and the claimants, or any persons acting for them or in their interests, in relation to such 
claims. 4. Copies of the order of reference made by government referring the said claims to 
Joseph Simard, Esq., then dominion arbitrator, and of his award. 5. Copies of correspondence 
following the said award. 6. Copies of the opinions given on the subject by the honourable the 
minister of public works, and of the opinion of the honourable the minister of justice. Presented to 
the House o f Commons, 21st August, 1891. — Mr. Prefontaine , Not printed. 

80. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 18th 

June, 1891, for copies of order in council, correspondence, reports, statement of claims, receipts 
or accounts with or made by Dr. Walker, or on his behalf, or with or by any other person respecting 
the Dundas and Waterloo macadamized road, since the close of the session of 1889. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 24th August, 1891. — Mr. Bain Not printed. 

81. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 3rd 

June, 1891, for copies of all correspondence between the imperial government and the government of 
Canada, on the subject of the copyright laws of Canada, and all other papers relating thereto, not 
already brought down. Presented to the House of Commons, 24th August, 1891. — Mr. Edgar — 

Not printed. 

82. Third census of Canada — statement of population — compared with preceding censuses, 1891. Pre- 

sented to the House of Commons, 26th August, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart — 

Printed for distribution only. 

83a. Census of Canada, 1891 — electoral divisions — statement of population by districts. Also census 
bulletin No. 1, and statements of population of cities, of towns and of villages. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 27th August, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart Printed for distribution only. 

83. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd August, 1891, showing : 1. The names of all 

employees of the customs at Montreal ; the date of their appointment ; their respective duties ; 
the salary of each ; their nationality ; their place of birth ; and, in case of their not having been 
born in Canada, for what period they had been in this country at the time of their appoint- 
ment; and upon whose recommendation they had been appointed. 2. Whether they have all 

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passed the civil service examination, and the names of those, if any, who have not passed 
this examination, since the law requiring it has been in force. 3. The names of those, if 
any, who have received salaries or pay in addition to that attached to the offices to which they 
were appointed ; the amounts received by such persons, and for what additional work given. 4. 
The names of the extra labourers for whose services there was paid in 1880-90 the sum of $12,176.25, 
as recorded in the Auditor General's Report for the year 1880-00 at page C — 254. 5. To whom was 
paid the sum of $5,030.20 for cartage at the customs house at Montreal, as recorded in the said re- 
port of the Auditor General at page C — 254. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th Septem- 
ber, 1801. — Mr. IApine Not printed. 

84. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 

memoranda, documents, letters, petitions and all papers whatsoever in relation to the encourage- 
ment of the cultivation of the sugar beet and the protection of the manufacture and refining of 
beet-root sugar in the dominion of Canada, exchanged between the government or any of its mem- 
bers and any person or company. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd September, 1801. — 
Mr. Bea usoleil Not printed. 

85. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1801, for copies of all correspondence, 

papers and documents relating to the appointment of customs officers at Crystal Beach and Point 
Abino, in the township of Bertie, and Carroll's Landing, in the township of Humberstone, in the 
county of Welland. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd September, 1801. — Mr. German — 

Not printed. 

8G. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 14th September, 
1801, for all correspondence between his excellency and the Lieutenant Governor of the province 
of Quebec, in connection with the Baie des Chaleurs Railway, and all other papers and correspon- 
dence in the possession of the government on that subject. Presented to the Senate, 16th Septem- 
ber, 1801.— Hon. Mr. Miller Not printed. 

86a. Supplementary return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 14th 
September, 1801, for all correspondence between his excellency and the lieutenant governor of 
the province of Quebec, in connection with the Baie des Chaleurs Railway, and all other papers 
and correspondence in the possession of the government on that subject. Presented to the 
Senate, 23rd September, 1801. — Hon. Mr. Miller Not printed. 

866. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 21st August, 1801, 
for an account showing all the moneys expended by subsidy or otherwise on the Baie des Chaleurs 
Railway, from the commencement of the works thereon to the present time ; the names of those to 
whom paid, and the amount, if any. appropriated to said works and remaining unpaid by the 
government of Canada. Presented to the Senate, 24th September, 1801. —Hon . Mr. Mclnnes 
( Victoria, B.C.) Not printed. 

87. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 20th May, 1801, 

for copies of all orders in council, commissions and instructions for nominating a person or persons 
specially charged to examine the situation and resources of that part of the dominion known as the 
Great Basin of the Mackenzie ; and also of the report or reports made by such persons, in order 
to put the government in a position to decide upon the measures necessary for the protection and 
development of the territory. Presented to the Senate, 23rd September, 1801. — Hon. Mr. 
Girard Printed for sessional papers only. 

88. General statements and returns of baptisms, marriages and burials in the district of Chicoutimi, 

Gaspe, Montmagny and Iberville Not printed. 

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54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 25.) A. 1891 



RETURN 

(25) (in part) 

Under Resolution of the House of Commons, passed on the 20th February, 
1882, on all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, respecting 
details as to : 

1. Selection of the route. 

2. The progress of the work. 

3. The selection or reservation of land. 

4. The payment of moneys. 

5. The laying out of branches. 

6. The progress thereon. 

7. The rates of tolls for passengers and freight. 

8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and 
amendments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 

9. Like particulars up to the latest practicable date before the pre- 
sentation of the return. 

10. Copies of all. orders in council and all correspondence between 
the government and the railway company, or any member or officer of 
either, relating to the affairs of the company. 

By command. 

J. A. CHAPLEAU, 

Secretary of State. 
Ottawa, 13th May, 1891. 



Note. — The maps connected with this return are not printed, but they may be 
found on file either in House of Commons or Department of Interior. 



PART I. 

Copies of Orders in Council, Correspondence, Papers and Plans relating to the 
Company's Station Grounds at different points on the line of their Road. 



ALBERT CANON. 
The Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, 20th January, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith plan and description of land required 
at Albert Canon, for right of way and station grounds, and to request the issue of a 
patent therefor. 
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We consider the area within the red lines at this point necessary for the purposes 
of the railway ; but should the department think otherwise, we would ask that the 
hind within the green lines in the Y be granted, in addition to that on the north side of 
the track which is absolutely necessary for piling ground for cord wood and for sidings 
for the piling of ores. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Department, Ottawa. 

DESCRIPTION OF ALBERT CANON STATION GROUNDS. 

All and singular those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate, lying 
and being in Township 25, Range 28, west of the 6th Initial Meridian, in the province 
of British Columbia, and being composed of parts of the N. E. and S. E. quarters of 
Section 17 and part of the N". W. and S. W. quarters of Section 16, containing 47*04 
acres more or less and comprising the Albert Canon station grounds of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company, and which may be more particularly known and described as 
follows, that is to say : — 

Firstly, as to that part of the N. E. quarter of Section 1 7 aforesaid, beginning at a 
point on the section line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being distant south of 
the N. E. corner of Section 17, 1,764 feet ; thence north 78*36 west 315 feet more or less 
to a post planted ; thence south 11-24 west 974 feet more or less to the quarter sec- 
tion line between the N. E. and S. E. quarters of Section 1 7 aforesaid ; thence east along 
said quarter section line 503 feet more or less to the section line between Sections 16 and 
17 ; thence north along said section line 892^ feet more or less to point of beginning ; 
and containing 8*70 acres, be the same more or less. 

Secondly, as to that part of the S. E. quarter of Section 17 aforesaid, beginning at 
a point on the line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being distant from the N. E. 
corner of Section 17, 2,987| feet ; thence north 78*36 west 557 feet more or less, to a post 
planted ; thence north 11*24 east 226 feet more or less, to the quarter section line be- 
tween the N. E. and S. E. quarters of Section 17 aforesaid ; thence east along the said 
quarter section line 503 feet more or less to the line between Sections 16 and 17 afore- 
said ; thence south along the said section line 331 feet more or less, to point of beginning ; 
and containing 3*36 acres, be the same more or less. 

Thirdly, as to that part of N. W. ^ of Section 16 aforesaid, beginning at a point on 
the line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being south of the N. W. corner of Sec- 
tion 16, 1,764 feet ; thence south 78*36 east 1,185 feet more or less to a post planted ; 
thence south 11*24 west 63 feet more or less to a post planted ; thence on a cu*ve of 855 
feet radius tangential to a course north 57*54 east and at a distance of 100 feet from 
and parallel to the centre line of the Canadian Pacific Railway 706 feet more or less, to 
join a tangential course up north 9*47 east ; thence on said course north 9*47 east and 
distant 100 feet from and parallel to centre line aforesaid 371 feet more or less, to a post 
planted ; thence south 80*13 east 200 feet more or less, to a post planted ; thence on a 
course S. 9*47 west at a distance of 100 feet from and parallel to the centre line of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway aforesaid 371 feet more or less, to the beginning of a curve of 
1,055 feet radius and tangential to said course south 9*47 west; thence following said 
curve and distant 100 feet from and parallel to the centre line aforesaid 1,051 feet more 
or less, to a post planted ; thence south 11*24 west 354 feet more or less, to the quarter 
section line between the N. W. and S. W. quarters of Section 16 ; thence west along- 
said quarter section line 1,027 feet to the section line between Sections 16 and 17; 
thence north along said section line south 92^ feet more or less, to the point of beginning 
and containing 25*31 acres, be the same more or less. 

Fourthly, as to that part of the S. W. quarter of Section 16, aforesaid, beginning 
at a point in the line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being distant south from the 
north east angle of Section 16, 2,987J feet ; thence south 78*36 east 943 feet more or less, 
to a post planted ; thence north 1 1 *24 east 527 feet more or less, to the quarter section line 

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between N. W. and S. W. quarters of Section 16 ; thence west along said quarter section 
line 1,027 feet more or less to the section line between Sections 16 and 17 ; thence 
south along said section line 133 feet more or less to the place of beginning and containing 
9*67 acres, be the same more or less. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 14th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 24th January last, 
enclosing a plan and description of the land required at Albert Canon, in the province 
of British Columbia, for right of way and station ground purposes of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company. The matter has been brought to the attention of the chief 
engineer of government railways, and as soon as this department is furnished with an 
expression of his views in regard thereto, you will be again communicated with. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 15th April, 1890. 

Sir, — With further reference to your letter of the 24th January last, I now beg 
to enclose herewith a copy of a letter dated the 19th of last month, received here from 
the secretary of the department of railways and canals, together with a copy of the plan 
therein referred to, showing outlined thereon the portion of land at Albert Carton, B.C., to 
which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company are entitled in the opinion of that depart- 
ment, for right of way and station ground purposes at this point. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co. 

DESCRIPTION OF ALBERT CANON STATION GROUNDS. 

All and singular those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate, lying 
and being in Township 25, Range 28, west of the 5th Initial Meridian, in the province of 
British Columbia, and being composed of part of the N. E. and S. E. quarters of Section 
17, and parts of the 1ST. W. and S. W. quarters of Section 16, containing 47*04 acres 
more or less, and comprising the Albert Canon station grounds of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company, and which may be more particularly known and described as follows, 
that is to say : — - . t 

Firstly, as to that part of the N. E. quarter of Section 17 aforesaid, beginning at a 
point on the section line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being 1,764 feet south 
of the N. E. corner of Section 17 ; thence north 78 degrees and 36 minutes west 315 
feet ; thence south 11 degrees and 24 minutes west, 974 feet, more or less, to the quarter 
section line between the N. E. and S. E. quarters of Section 17 aforesaid; thence east 
along said quarter section line 503 feet, more or less, to the section line between Sections 
16 and 17 ; thence north along said section line 892^ feet to the point of beginning, and 
containing 8 acres and J^ of an acre, be the same more or less. 

Secondly, as to that part of the S. E. quarter of Section 1 7 aforesaid ; beginning at 
a point on the section line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being 2, 987 J feet south 
of the N. E. corner of Section 17 aforesaid ; thence north 78 degrees and 36 minutes 
west 557 feet ; thence north 11 degrees and 24 minutes east 226 feet, more or less, to the 
quarter section line between the N. E. and S. E. quarters of Section 17 aforesaid ; thence 
east along the said quarter section line 503 feet, more or less to the line between Sections 
16 and 17 aforesaid ; thence south along the said section line 331 feet to the point of 
■ beginning and containing 3^0" acre s be the same more or less. 

Thirdly, as to that part of the N. W. quarter of Section 1 6 aforesaid, beginning at a 
point on the line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being 1,764 feet south of the 
N. W. corner of Section 16 aforesaid; thence south 78 degrees and 36 minutes east 
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1,185 feet ; thence south 11 degrees and 24 minutes west 63 feet ; thence on a curve of 
855 feet radius tangential to a course north 57 degrees and 7 minutes east 706 feet to 
join to a tangential course of north 9 degrees and 47 minutes east ; thence on said 
course north 9 degrees and 47 minutes east 371 feet; thence south 80 degrees and 13 
minutes east 200 feet ; thence on a course south 9 degrees and 47 minutes west 371 feet ; 
thence on a curve of 255 feet radius and tangential to said course of south 9 degrees and 
47 minutes west 1,051 feet; thence south 11 degrees and 24 minutes west 354 feet, 
more or less, to the quarter section line between the N. W. and S. W. quarters of Section 
16 ; thence west along said quarter section line 1,027 feet, more or less, to the section line 
between Sections 16 and 17 ; thence north along said section line 892 J feet to the point 
of beginning and containing 25 t 3 -Jq- acres be the same more or less. 

Fourthly, as to that part of the south-west quarter of Section 16 aforesaid^ 
beginning at a point on the line between Sections 16 and 17, said point being 2,987^ feet 
south of the north-west corner of Section 16 ; thence south 78 degrees and 36 minutes 
east 943 feet; thence north 11 degrees and 24 minutes east 527 feet, more or less, to the 
quarter section line between the north-west and south-west quarters of Section 16 
aforesaid ; thence west along said quarter section line 1,027 feet, more or less, to the 
section line between sections 1 6 and 1 7 aforesaid ; thence south along said section line 
331 feet to the plan of beginning and containing 9 acres and -$fc of an acre, be the 
same more or less. 

All according to a plan of survey by J. T. Garden, D. L. S., bearing date of 4th 
day of January, 1890, and of record in the department of the interior. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 23rd May, 18k). 
Sir, — I received in due course the assistant secretary's letter of the 15th ultimo 
(letter No. 230304, reference No. 162703), enclosing copy of a letter from the depart- 
ment of railways on the subject of the land applied for by this company for station 
grounds, &c, at Albert Canon. In reply, I beg to state that the area proposed to be 
granted on the south side of the track will be sufficient, but that the reduction proposed 
to be made north of the track will leave the area insufficient for the requirements of the 
traffic. 

The general superintendent of the division reports that Albert Canon will become 
a very important point for shipping ore, and that additional sidings north of the station 
must be put in for this purpose during the present season. Under these circumstances 
the chief engineer will probably see his way to amending his report, so that an area 
sufficient to secure the convenient and effectual working of the railway at this point may 
be granted. A width of 100 ft. more than is indicated by the chief engineer on the 
plan will probably meet the case. I return the plan sent with your letter. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 23rd ultimo, returning 
the plan showing thereon the portion of land at Albert Canon, B.C., to which the 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company are entitled, in the opinion of the department of 
railways and canals, for station grounds and right of way purposes, and requesting, in 
view of the statement contained in your letter, that the chief engineer be requested to 
amend his report so that a width of 100 feet more than is indicated by him be granted 
to the company. The matter of your request has been referred to the department of 
railways and canals, and you will be communicated with so soon as the report has been 
received here from the department. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th July, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 23rd May last, relating to the land to be 
granted to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for station grounds and right of way 
purposes at Albert Canon, B.C.', I now beg to enclose herewith for your information, a 
copy of a letter dated the 25th ultimo, received here from the secretary of department 
of railways and canals in this matter. The grant to the company at this point will be 
carried out in accordance with the chief engineer's amended description and letters 
patent issued accordingly. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of Railways and Canals, Ottawa, 25th June, 1890. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 19th inst., with further reference to the matter 
of the proposed grant of land for station grounds site of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
at Albert Canon, I have the honour by direction to say that in view of the representa- 
tions made by the company in their letter of the 23rd ultimo, a copy of which you 
enclose showing their anticipation of consolidated traffic in ore at this point, the grant 
of an additional 100 feet on the north side over and above the pencilled limit marked 
by the chief engineer of government railways on the plan (herewith returned) might be 
allowed, making the distance from the northern boundary of their right of way 250 
in place of 150 feet, it being understood that the reduction made by the chief engineer 
on the plan south of the line holds good. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. P. BRADLEY, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 

*■ The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 15th July, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring to the assistant secretary's letter of 11th instant (letter No. 238347, 
reference No. 162703), respecting station grounds at Albert Canon, I shall be much 
obliged if you will send me a tracing showing the area of land proposed to be given at 
this place for railway purposes, as stated in the letter of the department of railways, 
dated 25th June last. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 25th July, 1890. 
Dear Hall, — I wrote you on the 15th instant, asking for a copy of the tracing 
showing the lands at Albert Canon which the railway department say will be sufficient 
for railway purposes. I have written you another letter to-day about Golden. Before 
we can take any further steps in regard to these matters we must have the tracings, and 
I shall be much obliged if you will let me have them with as little delay as possible. 

Yours very truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 28th July, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to inform you that the tracing of lands at Albert Canon, referred to 
in your letter of the 25th instant, is being prepared and will be forwarded to you in 
the course of a few days. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 8th August, 1890. 
Sir, — With further reference to your letter of the 25th of last month, I beg to 
enclose herewith a tracing of the lands granted to the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany at Albert Canon, British Columbia, for station ground purposes, and I beg to 
point out that the tracing in question shows within the green border the land which 
lias been allowed to the company by the department of railways and canals for this 
purpose, the area of which amounts to 22*76 acres. The patent will be prepared in the 
company's favour accordingly. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

description of albert canon station grounds. 

Part of the north-east quarter of Section 17 and part of the north-west and south- 
west quarter of Section 16, both of the said townships, which may be more particularly 
described as follows, that is to say : 

Firstly. As to west part of the north-east quarter of Section 17 aforesaid, com- 
mencing at a point on the east boundary of the said Section 17, distant 1,863 feet, 
southerly along the said boundary from the north-east corner of said Section ; thence on 
a bearing north 78 deg. and 36 min. west, a distance of 335 y 1 ^ feet ; thence on a 
bearing south 11 deg. and 24 min. west, a distance of 250 feet, more or less, to a post 
planted by J. T. Garden, D.L.S., marking the north side of the right of way of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company ; thence on the same bearing a distance of 99 feet, 
more or less, to a post marking the south side of said right of way ; thence continuing 
on the same bearing a distance of 150 feet : thence on a bearing south 78 deg. and 
36 min. east, a distance of 427 feet, more or less, to the east boundary of Section 17 ; 
thence northerly along the said east boundary, a distance of 508 feet, more or less, to 
the point of commencement, containing an area of 4 y 9 ^ acres, be the same more or less. 

Secondly. As to that part of the north-west quarter of Section 16 aforesaid, com- 
mencing on the east boundary of Section 17 at the point above described, distant 1,863 
feet from the north-east corner of said section ; thence on a bearing south 78 degrees and 
36 minutes east, a distance of 1,125 feet; thence on a bearing north 56 degrees and 
24 minutes east, a distance of 50 feet, more or less, to a post planted by J. T. Garden, 
D.L.S. ; thence on a bearing south 11 degrees and 24 minutes west, a distance of 256 
feet, more or less, to a post thence on the same bearing, a distance of 70 feet ; thence on 
a bearing south 71 degrees and 24 minutes west a distance of 100 feet ; thence on a 
curve to left of radius 340 feet, and to which the last described line is tangent, a 
distance of 375 feet, more or less, to the south boundary of the said north-west quarter 
of Section 16; thence westerly along said boundary, a distance of 440 feet; thence 
north-westerly on a curve of radius 365 feet, convex towards the north-east, a distance 
of 425 feet, more or less, to a point on the continuation of the south boundary of the 
first above-described parcel of land and 50 feet distant along said continuation from the 
south-east corner of said parcel ; thence on a bearing north 78 degrees and 36 minutes 
west along said continuation, 50 feet to the west boundary of section 16 ; thence northerly 
along said west boundary, a distance of 508 feet, more or less, to the point of commence- 
ment ; containing an area of 13 y^- acres, be the same more or less. 

Thirdly. As to that part of the south-east quarter of Section 16, aforesaid, com- 
mencing on the north boundary of the said quarter section at the south-east corner of 
the last described parcel of land ; thence on a bearing south 11 degrees and 24 minutes 
west, a distance of 475 feet ; thence on a bearing north 78 degrees and 36 minutes west, 
a distance of 400 feet ; thence on a bearing north 11 degrees and 24 minutes east, a 
distance of 250 feet ; thence on a curve to left of radius 365 feet, a distance of 150 
feet, more or less, to a point on the north boundary of said south-west quarter of Section 
16, being the south-west corner of the second parcel described above ; thence easterly 
along the said north boundary, a distance of 440 feet, more or less, to the point of 
containing an area of 4 t 2 qL acres, be the same more or less. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th January, 1891. 
Sir,— I enclose herewith letters patent for the north-east quarter Section 17, and 
parts of north-west quarter and south-west quarter Section 16, in Township 25, Range 
28, west of the 5th Meridian, in the province of British Columbia. 

Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



GRIFFIN LAKE. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 24th January, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith plan and description of land required 
at Griffin Lake for right of way and station grounds, and to request the issue of a 
patent therefor. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Description of Griffin Lake Station Ground. 

All and singular those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate on 
Griffin Lake, in the province of British Columbia, and composing the Griffin Lake station 
ground of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, being part of the south-west quarter 
Section 21, part of north-west quarter Section 16, part of north-east quarter of Section 
17, and part of south-east quarter Section 20, in Township 23, Range 4, west of the 6th 
Initial Meridian, and which may be more particularly known and described as follows, 
that is to say : — 

Firstly, as to that part of the south-west quarter of Section 2 1 aforesaid, beginning 
at the post at the south-west corner of Section 21 ; thence north along the line between 
Sections 20 and 21, 110 feet, more or less, to high water mark of Griffin Lake ; thence 
south-easterly along the said high water mark to intersect the line between Sections 21 
and 16 ; thence west along the said line between Sections 21 and 16, 170 feet more or 
less to the aforesaid post at the south-west corner of Section 21, and place of beginning, 
containing -28 of an acre, be the same more or less. 

Secondly, as to that part of the north-west quarter of Section 16 aforesaid, begin- 
ning at the post at the north-west corner of Section 16, thence south along the line be- 
tween Sections 16 and 17, 525 feet, thence south 53*58 east 316 feet, more or less, to 
a post planted, thence north 36*02 east 325 feet, more or less, to a post planted at 
high water mark in the shore of Griffin Lake, thence north-westerly following said high 
water mark to intersect the line between Sections 21 and 16, thence west along said 
line between Sections 21 and 16, 170 feet, more or less, to a post at the north-west 
corner of section 16 and place of beginning containing 4*59 acres, be the same more or 
less. 

Thirdly, as to that part of the north-east quarter Section 1 7 aforesaid, beginning at 
a post planted at the north-east corner of section 1 7, thence south along the section line 
between Sections 16 and 17, 525 feet, thence north 53*58 west 892 J feet, more or less, 
to the line between Sections 17 and 20, thence east along said line 722 feet, more or 
less, to place of beginning and containing 4*34 acres, be the same more or less. 

Fourthly, as to that part of the south-east quarter of Section 20 aforesaid, begin- 
ning at the post planted at the south-east corner of Section 20, thence west along the 
line between Sections 17 and 20, 722 feet, thence north 53*58 east 438 feet, more or 
less, to a post planted, thence north 36*02 east, 418 feet to a point northerly of and 
distant 49^ feet from the centre line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, thence easterly 
and parallel to the said centre line to meet the southerly shore of Eagle creek, thence 

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easterly following the said southerly shore of Eagle creek and of Griffin lake to the line 
between Sections 20 and 21, thence south along line between Sections 20 and 21, 110 
feet, more or less, to the post planted at the south-east corner of Section 20 and place of 
beginning, containing 7*70 acres, be the same more or less ; the total area being 16*91 
acres, more or less. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 5th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 24th ultimo, trans- 
mitting a plan and description of the land required by the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, at Griffin Lake for right of way and station ground purposes. Upon refer- 
ence to the original application made by you on the 28th January, 1888, in connection 
with the lands required at this point and to the plan which accompanied such applica- 
tion, you will see that the area which it is therein stated will be required at this point is 
but 8.62 acres, which area was confirmed by order in council of the 29th March of the 
same year, passed at the instance of the minister of railways and canals, while, according 
to the plan and description above acknowledged the area of the land now required is 
given as being 16.91 acres. 

The matter has been referred to the department of railways and canals. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 8th February, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring to the assistant secretary's letter of the 5th instant (letter No. 
226074, reference No.. 167860) respecting station grounds at Griffin Lake, I beg to 
state that the area of 8.62 acres marked on the plan transmitted with my application 
of 28th January, 1888, was I find incorrectly so marked by the surveyor who prepared 
the plan. The ground applied for in the original application is precisely the same as 
that shown on the plan transmitted with my letter of the 24th ultimo, namely 16.91 
acres, and I shall be glad if the patent be issued in accordance therewith. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 15th April, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 8th February last, I now beg to enclose, 
herewith, a copy of a letter, dated the 2bth of last month, received here from the secre- 
tary of the department of railways and canals, together with a copy of the plan therein 
referred to, showing outlined thereon the portion of land at Griffin Lake, B.C., to which 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company are entitled in the opinion of that department 
for right of way and station grounds purposes at this point. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 23rd May, 1890. 

Sir, — I received in due course the assistant secretary's letter of the 15th ultimo, 
(letter No. 227194, reference No. 167860) on the subject of the land required for station 
grounds at Griffin Lake. 

I beg respectfully to state that the area proposed to be granted in the report of the 
chief engineer of government railways is insufficient for the convenient and effectual 
working of the railway at that point. It will be observed on reference to the plan 
which I return herewith, that the area suggested by the chief engineer does not even 
take in the whole of the existing siding there. 



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I beg therefore to request that the limits be extended as shown by red pencil lines 
on the plan. As this only involves an addition of about 3 acres to the area proposed 
to be given, I trust that no objection will be made to its being granted. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 23rd ultimo, returning 
the plan forwarded to you under cover of the letter addressed to you from this depart- 
ment on the 15th of April last, showing outlined thereon the portion of land at Griffin 
Lake, B.C., to which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company are entitled in the opinion 
of the department of railways and canals for its right of way and station ground purposes 
at that point, and requesting, in order to provide for the more effectual working of the 
railway at this point, that the limits of the grant be extended in accordance with the 
red pencil line laid down by you on the plan in question. The matter has been referred 
to the department of railways and canals, in order that the report of the chief engineer 
of government railways may be obtained with regard to your request. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th July, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 23rd May last and the departmental 
reply thereto of the 18th of last month, I beg to inform you that a report has been 
received here from the department of railways and canals, to the effect that the area 
already suggested by the chief engineer of government railways, covering 8*62 acres, is 
sufficient for the right of way and station ground purposes of the company at Griffin 
Lake, B.C. Your request, therefore, for the additional area at this point, in accordance 
with the plan which you forwarded here, cannot be complied with ; and I am to state 
that letters patent will be prepared in due course in the company's favour for the area 
to be granted at this point. ^ 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

DESCRIPTION OF LAND TO BE GRANTED TO THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY FOR 

STATION GROUND AT GRIFFIN LAKE. 

That certain parcel of land lying and being within the " Park Reserve at Griffin 
Lake," in the province of British Columbia, and which may be more particularly 
described as follows : — 

Beginning at a point due east of and distant 163 chains and 40 links from the 
north-east corner of Section 13, in Township 23, Range 5 west of the 6th Initial Meridian 
thence on a course south 36 degrees and 2 minutes west, 5 chains and 15 links ; thence 
on a course north 53 degrees and 58 minutes west, 18 chains and 80 links, more or less, 
to the south bank of Eagle creek ; thence following the said bank in an easterly direc- 
tion to its intersection with the production north-easterly of the first named course of 
south 36 degrees and 2 minutes west ; thence south 36 degrees and 10 minutes west along- 
said production, 1 chain and 20 links, more or less, to the point of beginning, and con- 
taining 8 acres and -j^ of an acre, more or less. 



Canadian Pacific. Railway Company, Montreal, 6th August, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring to the assistant secretary's letter of the 10th ultimo (letter No. 
238,007, reference No. 167,860), respecting Griffin Lake station grounds, I have the 

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honour to state that the company has decided to purchase the extra land over that 
allowed by the department of railways, and as shown on the plan, containing an area of 
about 3 acres. This additional land may be described as being composed of those por- 
tions of sections 16 and 17 bounded on the north by Griffin lake, on the south by the 
prolongation easterly of the southern limit of the lands already allotted to the com- 
pany by the department of railways ; to the west by the said land so allotted, and to 
the east by a line drawn parallel to the eastern limit of the said land already allotted 
and at a distance of abtiut 540 feet therefrom. 

I am instructed, however, to state that in deciding to purchase this land the com- 
pany does not withdraw to any extent its contention that it is entitled under its con- 
tract to a grant of the said land free of price, but claims, and will continue to claim, 
that, had the said contract been between individuals, the conveyance would be decreed 
by the courts by way of specific performance and the company reserves the right to 
claim hereafter a return of whatever sum may be paid as purchase money for said land, 
together with interest, or such other remedy in respect of the premises as it may be 
advised to seek for. 

I shall be glad if you will cause patents to issue for the two parcels of land at as 
early a date as possible. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 16th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you, that the area of the piece of land which is 
described in your letter of the 6th instant, and which is required for station ground pur- 
poses for the Canadian Pacific Railway at Griffin Lake, has been calculated here, and 
contains 3 J acres, and I am therefore to request you to transmit $17.50 in payment of 
the purchase money therefor. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of Interior, Ottawa, 11th September, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for part of " park reserve " at Griffin Lake, Township 
23, Range 4, west of the 6th Meridian in the province of British Columbia. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 27th September, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 16th ultimo (letter No. 241,476, refer- 
ence No. 167,860) I now beg to enclose the company's cheque for $17.50, in payment 
for a certain portion of the land required for station grounds at Griffin Lake. 
Will you please sign and return the accompanying form of receipt. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th October, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour by direction, to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 
the 27th ultimo, enclosing a cheque for $17.50 and accompanying form of receipt to be 

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signed by this department in payment of land required for station grounds at Griffin 
Lake. 

The receipt states that the payment is made for land purchased from the govern- 
ment under reserve of the company's rights as stated in your letter to the department 
of the 6th August last, and as the payment cannot be accepted with that reservation 
but unconditionally only, I am directed to return you herewith the cheque and the form 
of receipt. 

In this connection I may refer you to the deputy minister's letter of the 27th 
August last, No. 178,035, in relation to a similar case. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 
No. 1,639.08. Department of the Interior, Residing at Ottawa, Ont. 

August 22nd. — To amount of price of 3^ acres of land adjoining Griffin Lake 
Station, purchased from the government under reserve of the com- 
pany's rights, as stated in Mr. Drinkwater's letter to the Secretary 

of the Department of the Interior, dated August 6th, 1890 $17 50 

Correct. Approved. Approved for Payment. 

Received from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company seventeen dollars and fifty 
cents, in full, for the above account. 
Dated, 1890. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 11th October, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to return the patent for station grounds and right of way at Griffin 
Lake, in which there appears to be an error. This station is in Township 23, Range 4, 
west of the 6 th Meridian, as stated in the endorsement of the patent and in the form of 
receipt attached thereto, and is composed of part of Sections 16, 17, 20 and 21 of that 
Township. In the description in the body of the patent it is given as Section 1 3, Town- 
ship 23, Range 5. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 21st October, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 11th instant, return- 
ing the patent issued to your company for station grounds and right of way at Griffin 
Lake, in which you say there appears to be an error, but I am at a loss to mid out the 
position of the error you speak of. You say that in the description in the body of the 
patent the land covered by the station grounds, &c, is given as section 13. 

If you will look a little closer into this description you will see that the point of 
commencement is due east of and distant 168 chains and 45 links from the north-east 
quarter of Section 13, Township 23, Range 5, west of the 6th Meridian, and from the end 
of that distance the description of the land conveyed in the patent commences. 

I enclose a plan of Township 23, Range 4, west of the 6th Meridian, on which is 
shown in a red-dotted line the point of commencement and the 163 chains and 45 links, 
and I also return your patent. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 30th October, 1890. 

Sir, — Referring to the assistant secretary's letter of 10th instant, (letter No. 
245339, reference 167860) respecting additional land required at Griffin Lake station. 

As you inform me that the government will only accept payment unconditionally, 
I beg to enclose a form of receipt without the reservation previously inserted. I have 
also had the refund cheque transmitted with your letter, endorsed to the order of the 
department and return it herewith, which I trust will be satisfactory. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 

John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 21st November, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 30th ultimo' 
returning the refund cheque for $17.50, in payment for the additional land your com" 
pany requires at Griffin Lake, with the voucher or form of receipt to be signed by the 
department made unconditional. 

I return herewith the voucher in question duly signed, and beg to say that the 
patent for the additional area required at this station is being proceeded with. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 

C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

DESCRIPTION OF A PIECE OF LAND TO BE GRANTED TO THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY 
COMPANY, ADJOINING GRIFFIN LAKE STATION GROUNDS. 

That certain parcel of land lying and being within the " Park reserve at Griffin 
Lake," in the province of British Columbia, and which may be more particularly described 
as follows : — 

Beginning at a point due east of and distant 163 chains 40 links from the north- 
east corner of Section 13, in Township 23, Range 5, west of the 6th initial Meridian, thence 
on a course south 36 degrees and two minutes west 5 chains and 15 links ; thence on a 
course south 53 degrees and 58 minutes east 8 chains and 18 links ; thence on a course 
north 36 degrees and 2 minutes east 2 chains and 80 links more or less to the south 
bank of Griffin Lake ; thence following the said bank in a westerly direction to its inter- 
section with the production north-easterly of the first named course of south 36 degrees 
and 2 minutes west ; thence south 36 degrees and 2 minutes west, along said production, 
1 chain and 20 links more or less to the point of beginning and containing 3 acres and 
•ffo of an acre more or less. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 29th November, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for part Park Reserve, at Griffin Lake, in 
the 23rd Township, of the 4th Range, west of the sixth Meridian, in the province of 
British Columbia. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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FIELD. 

By Canadian Pacific Railway Company's telegraph. 

Montreal, 29th January, 1890. 
Please send me for reference, plan and description of Field sent with my letters of 
19th February. 

C. DRINKWATER. 
To John R. Hall, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, 30th January, 1890. 
Dear Drinkwater, — In reply to your telegram of yesterday, I enclose the 
original sketch and description of Field which accompanied your letter of the 19th 
February, 1889. 

As this paper belongs to our records, please return it to me. 

Yours very truly, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Montreal, 6th Feb., 1890 

Dear Sir, — I have the honour to transmit an amended plan and description of the 
station grounds at Field. The plan shows an area of twenty eight acres which forms 
part of Section 17, Township 28, Range 18, west of the 5th Meridian. 

I have the honour to be, dear sir, your obedient servant, 

L. A. HAMILTON, Land Commissioner. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior. 

Commencing at a point on the north boundary of the south-east quarter of said 
Section 17, 790 feet west of the north-east angle of said south-east quarter of Section 
17 ; thence south-west 930 feet more or less to a point 50 feet east of the centre line 
of the Canadian Pacific Railway, measured at right angles thereto ; thence north-west 
200 feet more or less to a point 125 feet west of the centre line of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway, measured at right angles thereto ; thence north-easterly, parallel to the centre 
line of the Canadian Pacific Railway and always at a distance of 125 feet therefrom, 
545 feet more or less to the north boundary of said south-east quarter of Section 17 ; 
thence east 615 feet, more or less, to the point of commencement, containing 5 '70-1 00 
acres, more or less. 

L. A. HAMILTON. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 23rd April, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for parts Section 17 in the 28th Township of the 
18th Range west of the 5th Meridian in the province of British Columbia. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

DESCRIPTION FIELD STATION GROUNDS. 

All and singular those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate in 
Section 17, in Township 28, in Range 18, west of the 5th Initial Meridian, which may be 
more particularly described as follows : — 

Parcel 1. — Commencing at a point on the south boundary of the north-east quarter 
of said Section 17, distant westerly along said boundary 790 feet, and the south-east corner 

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of said quarter section ; thence westerly along said south boundary 615 feet ; thence 
north-easterly, parallel to the centre line of the track of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
main line as now built to the east boundary of said section 17 ; thence southerly along 
said east boundary 530 feet, more or less to a point bearing north 45° east, astronomi- 
cally, from the point of commencement; thence south 45° west, astronomically 1,110 
feet, more or less, to the point of commencement; containing 22*3-10 acres, be the same 
more or less. 

Parcel 2. — Commencing at a point on the north boundary of said south-east quarter 
Section 790 feet, westerly along the said north boundary from the north east corner of 
said quarter section ; thence south 45° west, astronomically 930 feet ; thence north 45° 
west, astronomically 200 feet ; thence north-easterly on a straight line 545 feet, more or 
less, to a point on the north boundary of said south-east quarter of section 17 ; 1,405 
feet, westerly along said boundary, from the north-east corner of said quarter section ; 
thence easterly along said north boundary 615 feet, more or less, to the point of com- 
mencement, containing 5-7-10 acres, more or less. 

DESCRIPTION OF LAND REQUIRED BY THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. FOR STATION 

GROUNDS AT FIELD, B. C. 

All and singular those* certain parcels or tracts of land and premises situate in 
section 17, Township 28, Range 18, west of the 5th Meridian, described as follows, that 
is to say : — 

Commencing at a point on the south boundary of the north-east quarter of said 
Section 17, 790 feet west of the south-east angle of said quarter section, thence west along 
the south boundary of said quarter section 615 feet, more or less, to a point 125 feet 
west of the centre line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, measured at right angles thereto 
thence north-easterly parallel to the centre line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and 
always at a distance of 125 feet therefrom to the east boundary of said section 17 
thence south 530 feet, more or less, to a point north-east of the point of commencement 
thence south 45 degrees west 1,110 feet, more or less, to the point of commencement, 
containing 22 T 3 ^g- acres, more or less. 

L. A. HAMILTON, D. L. Surveyor. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 24th April, 1890. 
My Dear Sir, — It is very desirable that the patent of the land at Field, as finally 
agreed upon, should be issued without delay. Will you kindly push it 1 Some undesir- 
able squatters have taken up their quarters on our right of way and we desire to be in 
a position to get them off. 

Yours very truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 



BEAYER, B. C. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, May 6th, 1890. 
Sir,— I am directed to call your attention to my letter to you of the 3rd of Decem- 
ber last, enclosing a memorandum from the surveyor general asking for certain inform- 
ation from the company to enable him to prepare the description of the lands awarded 
to the company for station grounds at Beaver, B.C., and to request that you will be good 
enough to furnish this information at your earliest convenience. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 16th December, 1889. 
(Memorandum. ) 

In order to prepare the description of the land awarded for station grounds to the 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company at Beaver, it will be necessary to obtain from the 
company the radius (or degree) of the curves of the " Y " and the position of the point 
where a continuation of the tangent of the " Y " intersects the south boundary of the 
piece of land surveyed for the company by E. B. Hermon, D.L.S., in 1888. 

It would probably be more satisfactory for the company to have a survey made of 
the land awarded and furnish a description thereof. 

E. DEVILLE, Surveyor General. 

L. Pereira, Esq., Assistant Secretary Dept. of the Interior. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 6th February, 1891. 

Dear Mr. Drinkwater,— I write this to remind you that, as long ago as the 31st 
December, 1889, you were asked for certain information required by the Surveyor 
General to enable him to prepare the description of the land awarded to your company 
for station grounds at Beaver, B.C. In case the letter may have been mislaid, I now 
enclose a copy of the Surveyor General's memorandum. 

Yours sincerely, 

A. M. BURGESS, B.M.I. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



WINNIPEG. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th June, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to call your attention to the fact that the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company have not yet availed themselves of the permission given them to pur- 
chase certain lands at Point Douglas, Winnipeg, for their station yards, &c, for which 
purpose the land in question was reserved by the Orders in Council of the 15th of Octo- 
ber, and the 28th December, 1881. 

By the Order of the 1 5th of October, above referred to, 1 20 acres at Point Douglas 
were granted free to the company for their station grounds, and 101 acres were reserved 
to afford them the opportunity of purchasing the same ; but, on the application of the 
company of the 101 acres mentioned, 52^ acres were withdrawn from the reservation and 
the company were granted in lieu 17 4-5 acres of the land remaining at the disposal of 
the Government between the north side of Point Douglas Avenue and the north side 
of Fonseca Street, which, with the 120 acres granted by the Order of the 15th October, 
1881, were patented to the company on the 18th of January, 1883. 

Thus, of the 101 acres originally reserved for the company to purchase, 48^ acres 
are still reserved for that purpose, namely, the portion between the east side of McPhil- 
lips Street and the west boundary of the 1 20 acres granted to the company by the Order- 
in-Council of the 15th October, 1881, and between the south side of the extension of 
Jarvis Street and the north side of the extension of Fonseca Street. 

I am further to say that as this land has now been held for purchase by the com- 
pany for nearly nine years, and they have not availed themselves of the privilege offered, 
it has been decided that they must either do so within 30 days of this date or relin- 
quish all claim to the land in question. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 

C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 8th July, 1890. 

Sir, — With reference to the assistant secretary's letter of the 26th ultimo, on the 
subject of certain lands required by this company at Winnipeg for station grounds, and 
requiring the company to avail itself of the right of purchase of the said land, granted 
by order in council, within thirty days, I beg to refer to our conversation of yesterday 
when I had the pleasure of seeing you here. I then pointed out to you that the com- 
pany had always claimed, notwithstanding the order in council in question, that it was 
entitled to the land applied for free of cost, as being necessary for station grounds, and 
I requested that, notwithstanding the limit of time named in the letter above referred 
to, we should have an opportunity of again pressing the merits of our claim before further 
action in regard to the land in question is taken by the Government. This, it may not, 
owing to your contemplated absence in the North- West, and for other reasons, be possible 
to do within the time named in the assistant secretary's letter, and you were good enough 
to say that notwithstanding that letter the company would have an opportunity of again 
urging its claim before further action is taken in the matter by the Government, and at 
your suggestion I write this letter in order that the fact may be recorded in the depart- 
ment. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 

Hon. E. Dewdney, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 29th July, 1890. 

Sir, — Referring to our previous correspondence on the subject of crown lands 
required by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for its stations, station grounds, 
buildings, yards and other appurtenances required at Winnipeg for the effectual construc- 
tion and working of its railway, and which this company has asked to be granted to it 
free of price, under section ten of the contract confirmed by act 44 Victoria, chapter 1, 
I have the honour to inform you that the company has decided to pay the government 
the price necessary to secure these lands, this course having been decided on because it 
seems a more certain method of obtaining lands which are positively indispensable for 
the said purposes, than to keep the question longer in abeyance. I am also to inform 
you that in adopting this course the company does not withdraw, to any extent, its 
contention that the company is entitled, under the said section, to a grant of these 
lands free of price, but it claims, and will continue to claim, that had the said contract 
been between individuals, the conveyance would be decreed by the courts by way of 
specific performance, and the company reserves the right to claim hereafter a return of 
whatever sum may be paid as purchase money for the said lands, together with inter- 
est, or such other remedy in respect of the premises as it may be advised to seek for. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 1st August, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 29th ultimo, offering, 
on behalf of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, to pay the Government for certain 
lands at Winnipeg wanted by the company in connection with its station buildings, 
yards, and other appurtenances, and to say that this offer will be submitted to the 
minister of the interior immediately on his return from the North- West. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Acting D.M.I. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 27th August, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring further to your letter of the 29th ultimo, respecting the lands at 
Winnipeg required by your company for station grounds, yards and other appurten- 
ances, I beg to say that I have consulted the minister of the interior in this matter, and 
he agrees with me that it would be in the public interest and in the interest of your com- 
pany that the rights of the company in the premises and in other cases where they assume 
the same position, should be settled now. He thinks this can be best accomplished by 
having the case submitted to the exchequer court. If this suggestion meets with the 
approval of your company, the minister will cause the steps necessary on the part of the 
Government of Canada to be taken without delay. 

I have. the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary -Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 22nd September, 1890. 
My Dear Sir, — I have conferred with the president as to the Winnipeg station 
grounds and I am authorized to state that the price of $100 an acre for the land reserved 
for us is satisfactory and will be paid. 

Will you kindly have the order in council passed as soon as possible in order that a 
patent may issue. 

Yours truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 30th September, 1890. 
Sir, — I have submitted to the Acting Minister of the Interior your letter of the 
22nd inst, agreeing to pay $100 per acre for the land reserved for the Canadian Pacific 
Railway, adjoining their station grounds at Winnipeg. As you are doubtless aware, an 
order in council will be necessary to authorize this sale to be made, and as the Minister 
of the Interior is expected to be in Ottawa within the next three or four weeks, the 
Acting Minister conceives that since the case has stood over for so many years it had 
better remain to be dealt with finally by Mr. Dewdney on his return. Meantime, I beg 
to say that a memorandum of the facts has been prepared and is ready for Mr. Dewdney's 
perusal and for the action necessary to be taken upon it as soon as he reaches Ottawa. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 16th Dec, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to inform you, in further relation to the letter addressed you on the 
30th September by the Deputy Minister of the Interior, that an Order in Council has 
been passed to the effect that, considering your letter of the 22nd September as a waiver 
on the part of your company of all the objections to purchasing the lands on Point 
Douglas Common adjoining the station grounds of your company in the city of Winni- 
peg, the forty-eight and a-half acres still reserved will be sold to you at the rate of $100 
per acre, cash. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 17th Dec, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 16th instant (letter 
No. 250,832, ref. No. 36258) stating that the forty-eight (48J) acres of land adjoining 
the station grounds at Winnipeg, described in our previous correspondence on this 
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subject, will be sold to this company at the price of $100 per acre, and to state that 
this company will purchase the land on the terms stated in your letter. 

A voucher for the amount of the purchase price, $4,850, has been passed, and that 
amount will be paid over to you so soon as the patent is ready for delivery. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 22nd December, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your "letter of the 17th instant, 
stating that the voucher for the amount necessary to purchase the 48 J acres adjoining 
your station grounds at Winnipeg has been passed and will be paid over to the depart- 
ment so soon as the patent is ready for cfelivery. In reply, I am to say as soon as the 
money in question is received here the preparation of the patent in favour of your com- 
pany will be immediately proceeded with. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 23rd December, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to enclose for your information copies of two orders in council, 
dated respectively the 15th October, 1881, and the 5th December, 1890, to the latter of 
which is attached a plan respecting the sale to your company of certain lands at 
Winnipeg for station ground purposes. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Priry Council, 
approved by His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the oth December, 
1890. 

On a report dated 22nd of November, 1890, from the minister of the interior stating 
that an application was made some years ago by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 
and recently renewed for a further grant of land on Point Douglas Common, adjoining 
their station grounds in the city of Winnipeg ; 

The minister further states that the facts are briefly as follows : — 

There was patented to the company, on the 18th January, 1883, the lands on Point 
Douglas Common shown within the blue borders on the accompanying sketch, contain- 
ing 137*38 acres. 

The part within this tract lettered A was granted under the order in council of 
the 15th of October, 1881, and the part lettered B, and coloured blue, under the order 
of the 28th December of the same year, this last mentioned part being given in exchange 
for the parcel lettered C, of the portion of the sketch coloured pink, by authority of the 
two orders in council referred to. Copies of both the orders in council are hereto attached. 

The lands covered by the above mentioned patent were free grants under the terms 
of the contract with the company, being necessary for their station, yards, work-shops, 
&c. By the order in council of the 15th October, 1881, there is a reservation made of 
the lands coloured pink on the sketch, containing 101 acres, for a period of three years, 
in order to give the company an opportunity to acquire by purchase an additional area 
for yards, &c. Part of this reserve, that lettered C, has been formally relinquished by 
the company and is not included in the application now submitted. 

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Ever since the fact of the reservation having been made was communicated to the 
company, the company have not ceased to contend that the land should be conveyed to 
them free, in the same way and for the same reasons as the area included in the patent 
of the 18th January, 1883. 

On the 31st December, 1885, a statement of the facts was sent to the department 
of railways and canals with a request that the chief engineer should report whether the 
parcel of land applied for by the company in addition to what had already been patented 
to them was necessary to the transaction of their business, and whether, in the opinion 
of the minister of railways, the application should be complied with as to granting the 
land free. On the 13th July, 1886, the answer was received that in the opinion of the 
minister of railways the company "might be permitted to avail themselves of the pro- 
visions of the order in council of the 15th October, 1881," these provisions being in 
effect, as already stated, that the land could be purchased by the company. 

This decision was duly communicated to the company ; and, on the 26th June last, 
the attention of the company was called to tjie fact that they had not yet availed them- 
selves of the permission given them to purchase, and they were advised that they must 
do so within thirty days of that date or relinquish all claim to the land. On the eighth of 
July the secretary of the company wrote to the minister of the interior urging that, not- 
withstanding the limit of time named, the company should have an opportunity of again 
pressing the merits of their claim, to which the minister agreed. On the 29th July, the 
company offered to pay the price necessary to secure these lands, stating at the same 
time that they did not withdraw their contention as to their right to obtain a free grant 
of the land. On the 27th August the company were informed by the minister of the 
interior that it would, in his opinion, be in the public interest, as well as their own, that 
their rights in this relation should be definitely settled, and it was suggested that the 
case should be submitted to the exchequer court. The secretary of the company soon 
afterwards had a personal interview with the minister of the interior, in the course of 
which he agreed to submit a recommendation to council that the land should be sold to 
the company at $100.00 per acre. On the 22nd September a letter was received from 
the company stating that the price of $100.00 per acre is satisfactory and will be paid. 
The minister would add that he construes the letter of the 22nd September, last men- 
tioned, as a waiver on the part of the company of all the objections to purchasing this 
land, recited in the letter of the 29th of July last from the company. 

The minister recommends that the company be informed that if this construction 
is admitted on their part, but not otherwise, the 48J acres still reserved as shown on 
the plan herewith will be sold to them at $100.00 per acre, cash. 

The committee, concurring in the above, submit the same for your excellency's 
approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council 
To the Honourable the Minister of the Interior. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 23rd December, 1890. 

Dear Hall, — If there is no objection, I shall be glad to have a copy of the order 
in council relating to the land adjoining our Winnipeg station grounds, which we are 
purchasing. 

Yours very truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Department, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 24th December, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of 23rd instant (reference No. 

36258) enclosing copies of orders in council and plan of certain lands at Winnipeg, 

adjoining the station grounds. The area (48J acres) apparently includes the right of 

way of a portion of the main line, and the Selkirk branch. This right of way I make 

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out to be about 7 acres, which should be deducted. Will you be good enough to con- 
firm this? 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Department, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 21st January, 1891. 
g IRj — With reference to your letter of the 24th ultimo, I beg to inform you that 
the purchase money for the land referred to was received here on the 17th instant, 
namely, 84,150.00, and that the patent is now in course of preparation for the land, less 
the seven acres occupied by the main line of your railway and the Selkirk branch thereof, 
and will be forwarded to you so soon as it has issued. 

I return herewith the voucher for the amount, duly signed. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

(Telegram.) 
Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 31st January, 1891 
Winnipeg patent mailed you yesterday. Canmore must go to registrar, Calgary, 
under Torren's Act, who will give you certificate. 

JOHN R. HALL. 
C. Drinkwater, Secretary C.P.R., Montreal. 



REVELSTOKE. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 13th December, 1889. 
Sir, — With reference to my telegram of the 26th ultimo, to the Minister, respecting 
an application by the Smelter Company at Revelstoke for a water privilege there, I am 
again advised that such an application has been, or is about being made to the Depart- 
ment for the right to dam the stream from which our water supply is taken, at a point 
north of our dam, which will have the effect of entirely cutting off our supply. 

I enclose a plan from which it will be seen that the Smelter Company have already 
constructed a dam to the south of ours, to which there can be no objection ; but to grant 
the privilege they are now seeking would cause serious damage to this company. 

I have therefore respectfully to request that the application of the Smelter Com- 
pany be not entertained, and that any necessary steps may be taken to confirm this 
company in its possession and use of the stream in question under the regulations 
in that behalf, approved by order in council of 5th October, 1887. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

DESCRIPTION OF LAND APPLIED FOR AT REVELSTOKE, B. C, BY THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL- 
WAY COMPANY. 

All and singular those certain parcels or tracts of lands and premises situate, lying 
and being in the province of British Columbia, near Revelstoke station on the Canadian 
Pacific Railway, being composed of parts of Section 34, Township 23, Range 2, West of 
the 6th Initial Meridian, all of which may be more particularly known and described as 
follows, that is to say : — 

Parcel No. 3. — Beginning at a post planted at a distance of 781 feet 6 inches on a 
course south 44 degeees, 32 minutes east of the post planted at the N.W. corner of said 

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Section 34 ; thence south 46 degrees, 23 minutes east 1,500 feet to a post planted ; thence 
south 43 degrees, 37 minutes west 500 feet to a post planted ; thence north 46 degrees, 
23 minutes west 1,500 feet, more or less, to a post planted ; thence north 43 degrees, 
37 minutes east 500 feet to a post at place of beginning ; containing, after excluding 
therefrom the area included in the Canadian Pacific Railway right of way as shown on 
annexed plan, 15.11 acres, be the same more or less. 

Parcel No. 2. — Beginning at a post planted on the northerly limit of a strip of land 
100 feet wide occupied by the Canadian Pacific Railway right of way, said post being- 
distant 1,150 feet 6 inches south-easterly from the intersection of the easterly limit of 
parcel No. 3, above described, with the aforesaid northerly limit ; thence north 43 
degrees, 37 minutes east 300 feet to a post planted ; thence south 46 degrees, 23 minutes 
east 325 feet to a post planted ; thence south 43 degrees, 37 minutes west 300 feet to a 
post planted, all the aforesaid northerly limit of the Canadian Pacific Railway right of 
way; thence north 46 degrees, 23 minutes west 325 feet, following the said limit of right 
of way to place of beginning, containing 2,238 acres, be the same more or less. 

Parcel No. 5.— Beginning at a post planted south 55 degrees 37 minutes west, 1,508 
feet 6 inches from the post first described in the last described parcel No. 2 ; thence 
north 25 degrees 14 minutes east 100 feet, more or less, to a post planted ; thence north 
64 degrees 46 minutes west, 185 feet, more or less, to a post planted; thence south 3 
degrees 26 minutes west, 107 feet 4 inches, more or less, to a post planted, which post 
is situate on the northerly boundary of block 5, as shown on a registered plan, No. 178, 
of the Farwell Townsite ; thence south 64 degrees 46 minutes east along said north 
boundary of block 5.20 feet, more or less, to a post planted at the N. E. corner of said 
block 5 ; thence continuing on the last mentioned course and on the production of the 
said northerly boundary of block 5, 125 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning, 
containing -j^- acres, be the same more or less. 



Parcel No. 4. — Beginning at the post planted at the N. E. corner of the aforesaid 
block 5, as above described ; thence south 25 degrees 14 minutes west, 160 feet 6 inches 
to a post planted; thence north 65 degrees 20 minutes west, 201 feet, more or less, to a 
post planted ; thence north 25 degrees 14 minutes east, 162 feet 6 inches, more or less, 
to a post planted on the aforesaid limit of block 5 ; thence south 64 degrees 46 minutes 
east, following said northerly limit of block 5, 200 feet, more or less, to place of begin- 
ning, containing y 7 -^- acres, be the same more or less. 

E. B. HERMON, D.L.S. 
Vancouver, 6th February, 1890. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 25th January, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 1 3th ultimo respecting 
the water supply of your company at Revelstoke, and to ask you to state what ground 
you have for believing that an application such as is mentioned in your letter has been 
made, or is about to be made, to the department. We can find no trace of such an 
application here. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 14th February, 1890. 
Sir, — In answer to your letter of the 25th ultimo respecting the company's water 
supply at Revelstoke, I beg to enclose copy of a letter from the general superintendent 
of the Pacific division, stating his grounds for believing that an application has been 
made on behalf of the smelting works there, which, if granted, would have cut off this 
company's supply of water at that place. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

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Vancouver, B.C., 5th February, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Referring to the enclosed letter from the department, enquiring what 
ground we had for believing that an application was to be made for our water supply 
at Revelstoke, I can only say that Mr. Marpole (superintendent) was informed by the 
manager of the smelting works that such an application had been made, and it was 
upon this information that we acted in requesting that such application should not be 
granted, inasmuch as if such application had been granted it would have deprived us 
of our water supply at that place. 

Yours truly, 
H. ABBOTT, General Superintendent. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



DESCRIPTION OF GROUND FOR RIGHT OF WAY. 

Parts of Sections 33 and 34 in Township 23, Range 2, west of 6th Meridian, and 
which may be described as a strip of land 100 feet wide, bounded by two parallel lines, 
on opposite sides of the centre line of the main track of the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way, as now used and occupied, across the said land and the adjoining land, each of such 
lines being 50 feet distant at right angles from such centre line, the said strip being 
^bounded on the west by the Columbia river and on the east by the eastern boundary of 
lot 6, in group 1 of the Kootenay district, according the British Columbia Government 
survey containing 15.60 acres, more or less, of which 4.70 acres is in the S.E. quarter 
of Section 34, 1.10 acres in the S.W. quarter of Section 34, 6.53 acres in the N.W. quarter 
of Section 34 and 327 acres in the N.E. quarter of Section 33. 

L. A. HAMILTON. 

DESCRIPTION OF LANDS APPLIED FOR AT REVELSTOKE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, BY THE 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. 

All and singular those certain parcels or tracts of land and premises, situate, lying 
and being in the province of British Columbia, near Revelstoke station, on the Cana- 
dian Pacific Railway, being composed of parts of Section 34, Township 23, Range 2, 
west of the 6th Initial Meridian, all of which may be more particularly known and 
described as follows, that is to say : — 

Parcel No. 3. Beginning at a post planted at a distance of 781 feet, 6 inches, on 
a course south 44 degrees 32 minutes east of the post planted at the N.W. corner of said 
Section 34 ; then south 46 degrees 23 minutes east — 1,500 feet to a post planted ; 
thence south 43 degrees, 37 minutes west, 500 feet to a post planted ; thence north 
46 degrees, 23 minutes west 1,500 feet to a post planted ; thence west 43 degrees, 37 
minutes east, 500 feet to a post at the place of beginning. Containing, after excluding 
therefrom the area included in the Canadian Pacific Railway right of way, as shown 
on annexed plan, 15-11 acres, be the same more or less. 

Parcel No. 2. Beginning at the post planted on the northerly limit of a strip of 
land 100 feet wide, occupied by the Canadian Pacific Railway for its right of way : 
said post being distant 1,150 feet 6 inches south easterly from the intersection of the 
easterly limit of parcel No. 3, above described, with the aforesaid northerly limit ; 
thence north 43 degrees, 37 minutes east, 300 feet to a post planted ; thence south 46 
degrees, 23 minutes east, 325 feet to a post planted ; thence south 43 degrees, 37 
minutes west, 300 feet to a post planted on the aforesaid northerly limit of the Cana- 
dian Pacific Railway right of way ; thence north 46 degrees, 23 minutes west, 325 feet 
following the said limit of right of way to place of beginning, containing 2,238 acres, be 
the same more or less. 

Parcel No. 5. Beginning at a post planted south 55 degrees 37 west, 1508 feet 6 
inches from the post first described in the last described parcel No. 2 ; thence north 25 
degrees 14 minutes east, 100 feet to a post planted ; thence north 64 degrees, 46 west 185 
feet to a post planted ; thence south 3 degrees 6 minutes west to the northerly boundary 

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of block 5 as shown on a registered plan No. 178 of the Farwell Townsite ; thence east- 
erly along said north boundary of block 5*20 feet more or less to a post planted at the 
N. E. corner 6f the said block 5 ; thence easterly 125 feet more or less to the place of 
beginning, containing y 3 ^- acres, be the same more or less. 

Parcel No. 4. Beginning at. the post planted at the N. E. corner of the aforesaid 
block 5 as above described ; thence south 25 degrees, 14 feet west 160 feet 6 inches to 
a post planted ; thence north 65 degrees 20 minutes west 201 feet to a post planted ; 
thence north 25 degrees 14 minutes east 162 feet 6 inches more or less to a post planted 
on the aforesaid limit of block 5 ; thence easterly following said northerly limit of block 
5, 200 feet more or less to place of beginning, containing T 7 -^- acres, be the same more or 
less. All except Parcel No 1. according to a plan of survey by E. B. Hermon, D. L. S., 
bearing date of the seventh day of February, eighteen hundred and ninety, and of record 
in the Department of the Interior. 



DESCRIPTION OF GROUND FOR RIGHT OF WAY. 

Parcel 1. Parts of Sections 33 and 34 in Township 23, Range 2, west of 6th Mer- 
idian and which may be described as a strip of land 100 feet wide, bounded by two par- 
allel lines on opposite sides of the centre line of the main track of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway as now used and occupied, across the said land and the adjoining land, each of 
such lines being 50 feet distant at right angles from such centre line. The said strip 
being bounded on the west by the Columbia river and on the east by the eastern bound- 
ary of Lot 6, in Group 1 of the Kootenay District according to the British Columbia 
Government survey containing 15*60 acres more or less, of which 4*70 acres is in the 
8. E. quarter of Section 34, 1*10 acres in the S. W. quarter Section 34, 6*53 acres in the 
N. W. quarter of section 34, and 3*27 acres in the N. E. quarter of Section 33. 

Ottawa, 19th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour to say that it is of great importance that the land for our 
right of way across lot 6 in Group 1 of Kootenay district, according to British Colum- 
bia government survey, as well as four parcels on that lot of which I have furnished 
your department with particular descriptions, should be granted to the Canadian Paci- 
fic Railway immediately in order that we may plead, the fact of such grant in an action 
brought against the company by Mr. Farwell, claiming damages for trespassing on that 
lot. The grant will probably stop Mr. Farwell from proceeding, inasmuch as it will 
make the company a priory in estate to the queen who has already defeated him in the 
supreme court on the question of his title to this lot ; the hearing in this action is fixed 
for the 21st instant. 

I am told that there may be some delay in getting reports on the question whether 
the company is entitled to a grant of these four parcels, and in order to avoid this delay 
I hereby undertake on the part of the company, that if the grant be made without 
delay, and if after investigation the government decide that the company is not entitled 
to a grant of the said four parcels or any of them, then on request, the company will 
reconvey the same to the crown. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

GEO. M. CLUSKY, Solicitor for C.P.R. 
Hon. Edgar Dewdney, Minister of the Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 6th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith a plan and description of land re- 
quired for right of way and station ground at Revelstoke, and of additional ground 
which this company desire to acquire at that place. The area required for railway pur- 
poses is comprised within the boundaries coloured red, and the additional land within 
the lines coloured green — the latter to be paid for at the price agreed upon, namely, 
$2.50 per acre. I may say that this plan is practically the same as the one transmitted 

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with the original application ; it has, however, been slightly amended in order to make 
it lit in with the dominion system of survey which was made of this Township subse- 
quent to the date of the original application. I shall be glad to have the patents at 
your earliest convenience. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Schedule of location and areas of lands applied for, at and near Revelstoke, B.C., 
by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, situated in Township 23, Range 2, west of 
the 6th Initial Meridian :— 

STATION GROUNDS. 



South half and north-west quarter. . . 
South half of the south-west quarter. 

South-west quarter 

Whole 

East half 



Total 



Legal 
Sub- 
division 
No. 



Section 
No. 



Acres. 



30 
5 

10 
40 
20 

105 



TO PURCHASE. 



North-east quarter. . 

North half and south-east quarter. 
Whole 



That part north and west of Illicilliwaet River . 

Whole 

Whole 



Whole. 

That part north of Illicilliwaet River 

That part north of Illicilliwaet River 

That part north and west of Illicilliwaet River. 

That part north of Illicilliwaet River 

Whole , 

Whole 

The west half 



Total 



1 


34 


4 


35 


3 


35 


11 


26 


12 


26 


14 


26 


5 


26 


4 


26 


3 


26 


6 


26 


1 


27 


8 


27 


9 


27 


16 


27 











10 
30 
40 
35 
40 
40 
40 
6 
4 
35 
10 
40 
40 
20 

390 



Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 12th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 6th instant, 
transmitting a plan and description of land required for railway purposes by your com- 
pany at Revelstoke, and to say that this matter will receive early attention. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Dominion Lands Office, 
New Westminster, B.C., 22nd February, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring to your letter of the 25th November last and the message wired 
you in reply next day, will you kindly inform me, to be placed on file, as to further 
steps taken by you in the matter of that application for a supply of water 1 

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I have an application before me from Dr. Turnstall, Kamloops, as to two creeks 
flowing through or from the north-east quarter Section 34, Township 23, Range 2, West 
6th Meridian, which I take to be the same to which you referred in the letter above 
mentioned. I have stated in reply that your application for the water privileges in 
question is under consideration. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN McKENZIE, Agent Dominion Lands. 
H. Abbott, Esq., Gen. Supt. C. P. R, W. Div., Vancouver, B.C. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Vancouver, B.C., November 25th, 1889. 
Sir, — I have the honour to submit that I understand an application has been 
made to the Government by the Revelstoke Smelter Company for certain water privileges 
at that point which have been in use by this company for the past two years or more, 
and I beg respectfully to point out that it would be a great injustice to this company if 
the application of the smelter company was entertained or granted, as it would deprive 
this company of their supply of water, etc., for engines at Revelstoke, and put them 
to very great expense to provide water from other sources. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

H. ABBOTT, General Superintendent. 
H. W. B. Airman, Esq., Crown Lands Agent, New Westminster, B.C. 

Answer by Wire. 

26th November, 1889, 3.30 p. m. 
No application from smelter company for water rights received at my agency. 
Wire contents of said letter to Ottawa. 

H. B. W. A. 
February 22nd, 1890.— Letter, 5888, to H. Abbott. 
February 22nd, 1890.— Letter, 5889, to Simon S. Turnstall. 
February 22nd, 1890.— Letter, 5890, to R. S. Lemon. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 31st July, 1890. 
Revelstoke Water Supply. 

Dear Mr. Dewdney, — I enclose copy of correspondence between Mr. Van Home 
and the smelting syndicate of Revelstoke. 

In view of the offer made by Mr. Van Home I hope you will see your way to 
authorizing by telegraph the issue of our patent. Our improvements are delayed there 
in consequence of the patent being withheld. 

Yours truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
Hon. E. Dewdney, Minister of the Interior. 



The Kootenay Smelting and Trading Syndicate (Limited), 

Revelstoke, B.C., 14th July, 1890. 
Mr. Van Home, President, Canadian Pacific Railway. 

Dear Sir, — Mr. Boyle informs me that in a conversation with you on the 8th of 
July you expressed a wish that the question of the water supply for the Canadian Pacific 
Railway and the smelting company should be settled. 

The impression left on the mind of Mr. Boyle by that conversation was that you 
could see no reason why an amicable arrangement could not be made, which would be 
acceptable to both companies. 

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Such being the case, I shall be glad to hear from you that you will enter into an 
agreement granting us a perpetual right to all the water from the stream which now sup- 
plies your yard at Revelstoke, in excess of what you may require for your own use in 
supplying all the requirements of the yard. 

It has been clearly demonstrated that during the driest part of the year the supply 
of water from that stream, if properly cared for, is fully sufficient to give you all that 
you require, even if your wants were much greater than they are at present, and at the 
same time give us all that we require. 

What we want therefore is a right to the overflow from your dam, giving us all the 
water not necessary for use in supplying your yard. 

Yours very truly, 

J. CAMPBELL, Superintendent. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 23rd July, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — I have your favour of the 14th instant. The water supply in question 
was utilized by this company before your smelting works were built, and I think before 
they were thought of. It is the only practicable source of water supply for our divisional 
point, the river being too far away. We were very much amazed at finding that our 
patent was delayed at Ottawa owing to some representations on the part of your com- 
pany. The patent is still delayed to our great inconvenience, and I trust that your 
company will do what is necessary to set the matter right without delay. 

We have every desire for the success of your enterprise, and will be glad in any 
reasonable and proper way to contribute to the success of it ; and I have not the least 
objection to your company using, without charge, as long as you want it, the surplus 
water from the source of supply in question, and if any works should be necessary to 
improve the supply we would have no objections to your joining us in the matter. 

Yours truly, 

W. C. VAN HORNE. 
J. Campbell, Esq., Superintendent, 

The K.ootenay Smelting and Trading Syndicate, Revelstoke, B.C. 

(Telegram.) From Montreal to Hon. E. Deicdney, Ottaiva. 

4th September, 1890. 
Will you please authorize the issue of the patents for the land at Revelstoke 
including that outside the area granted for railway purposes % Our improvements at 
that place have been delayed some months pending the issue of the patents, and as I 
understand there is now no difficulty in the way, you will greatly oblige by causing their 
immediate issue. 

C. DRINKWATER. 

(Telegram.) 

From New York to A. M. Burgess, Ottawa. 

19th Sept., 1890. 

Mr. VanHorne wiring me about Revelstoke patents. Wire him, please, when they 
will be ready. Have been unable to confer with him about Winnipeg grounds, but will 
advise you definitely early next week. 

C. DRINKWATER. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 22nd September, 1890. 
Dear Mr. VanHorne, — Mr. Drinkwater has asked me to advise you as to the 
present position of the patents for the lands at Revelstoke required by your company 
for right of way and station grounds. 

What I had intended to do was to cancel the original patent for this description 
and issue a new one in place of it, making the description in the latter in accordance 

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with that agreed upon between your solicitor and laud commissioner on the one hand 
and the minister of the interior and myself on the other. On looking at the provisions 
of the dominion lands act and the advice which we have received in similar cases from 
the department of justice as to how those provisions are to be construed, I find that there 
has not been such mis-description as would enable us to cancel the existing patent and 
issue a new one which would include the land you want. I am, therefore, to-day sending 
you back the old patent, so that you may execute a release of the lands conveyed there- 
by, and in the meantime the new patent is all ready to be signed, sealed and delivered 
on receipt here of the release. 

Yours very truly, 

A. M. BURGESS, D.M.I. 
W. C. Van Horne, Esq., President C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 22nd Sept., 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction, to return you herewith the letters-patent 
issued on the 16th November, 1889, for a certain tract of land for road-bed and station 
grounds of the Canadian Pacific Railway at Revelstoke, in order that the company may 
execute a release in favour of the Government of the lands conveyed in such letters 
patent, and to state that, upon receipt of the release above mentioned, fresh letters- 
patent covering the ground which it has been agreed should be conveyed to the com- 
pany at that point and which is shown on the plan which accompanied your letter of 
the 6th March last, will be forwarded to you. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 29th Sept., 1890. 

Sir, — I am in receipt of the assistant secretary's letter of the 22nd instant (re- 
ference No. 160,244) enclosing letters-patent issued on the 16th November, 1889, for a 
certain tract of land for road-bed and station ground at Revelstoke and requesting the 
company to execute a release in favour of the government of the lands conveyed in such 
letters-patent (which do not correctly describe the land to be conveyed) in order that a 
new patent may be issued. 

A release has accordingly been executed and I have the honour to forward it. here- 
with, in duplicate 

I shall be glad to have the new patent as early as possible, as well as that for the 
additional land to be purchased by the company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of Interior. 

This Indenture made the twenty-ninth day of September, one thousand eight 
hundred and ninety, between the Canadian Pacific Railway Company of the one part, 
and Her Majesty Queen Victoria of the other part. 

AVhereas by Patent bearing date Sixteenth day of November, one thousand eight 
hundred and eighty-nine, and recorded in the Department of the Interior of Canada (lib. 
57, folio 173) on the twentieth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and 
eighty-nine, the party hereto of the second part did grant, convey and assure unto the 
party hereto of the first part, its successors and assigns for ever, the lands and premises 
hereinafter described and intended to be hereby conveyed and released ; 

And whereas it has been ascertained that the description in the said patent incor- 
rectly defines the lands and premises intended to be thereby granted ; 

And whereas the party of the second part hath agreed to issue to the party of the 
first part a fresh patent of the lands and premises intended to be granted upon being 

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thereunto legally enabled and for such enabling it is necessary that the legal estate in 
the lands and premises hereinafter described be vested in the party of the second part ; 

Now this indenture witnesseth that in consideration of the premises and of the sum 
of one dollar now paid by the party of the second part to the party of the first part (the 
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) the party of the first part doth hereby grant 
and release unto the party of the second part, all those parcels or tracts of land, situate, 
lying and being in the twenty-third Township, in the second Range west of the Sixth 
Meridian, in the province of British Columbia, in our Dominion of Canada ; and being 
composed of : — 

(1.) All that portion of the north-east quarter of Section twenty-seven, in 
Township twenty-three, Range two, west of the sixth Initial Meridian, which may be more 
particularly described as follows : — Commencing at the north-east corner of said Section 
twenty-seven ; thence westerly along the northern boundary of said section a distance of 
seven hundred feet ; thence on a line due south a distance of twelve hundred and fifty 
feet ; thence easterly a distance of seven hundred feet more or less to a point on the 
eastern boundary of said section twenty-seven ; at a distance of twelve hundred and fifty 
feet south of the north-east corner of said section ; thence northerly along said eastern 
boundary a distance of twelve hundred and fifty feet to the place of beginning, containing 
an area of twenty acres and nine-hundreths of an acre, be the same more or less. 

(2.) All that portion of the south-east quarter of Section thirty-four in Township 
twenty-three, Range two, west of the sixth Initial Meridian, which may be more par- 
ticularly described as follows : — Commencing at the south-east corner of section thirty- 
four: thence westerly along the southern boundary of said section a distance of seven 
hundred feet ; thence on a line running due north a distance of one hundred and thirty 
feet ; thence on a bearing north, forty-six degrees west, a distance of six hundred and 
forty feet ; thence on a line due north a distance of four hundred and forty feet ; thence 
on a bearing south, fifty-seven degrees east, a distance of four hundred and seventy feet ; 
thence on a bearing north, ten degrees west, a distance of six hundred and fifty feet ; 
thence on a line due east fifty feet ; thence on a bearing south, ten degrees east, a dis- 
tance of five hundred feet ; thence south-easterly a distance of nine hundred feet more or 
less to a point on the east boundary of said section thirty-four at a distance of four 
hundred and twenty feet north of the south-east corner of said section ; thence southerly 
along the said east boundary a distance of four hundred and twenty feet to the place of 
beginning, containing an area of fifteen acres, be the same more or less. 

(3.) All that portion of the S. W. quarter of Section 35, in Township 23, Range 2, 
west of the 6th Initial Meridian which may be more particularly described as follows : — 
Commencing at the S. W. corner of the said section 35, thence easterly along the 
southern boundary of said section a distance of 640 feet ; thence N. W. a distance of 760 
feet, more or less, to a point of the western boundary of the said section 30 at a distance 
of 420 feet north of the S. W. corner of said section 5 ; thence southerly along the said 
western boundary a distance of 420 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 
3 acres and T -|-g- of an acre, be the same, more or less. 

(4.) All that portion of the N. W. quarter of Section 26 in Township 23, Range 2 
west of the 6th Initial Meridian which may be more particularly described as follows : — 
Commencing at the N. W. corner of the said section 26 ; thence easterly along the 
northern boundary of said section a distance of 640 feet ; thence on a bearing south 57 
degrees east, a distance of 850 feet ; thence on a bearing 77 degrees east, a distance of 
1,470 feet ; thence due south a distance of 1,130 feet ; thence westerly a distance of 2,790 
feet, more or less, to a point on the western boundary of said section at a distance of 
1,250 feet south of the N. W. corner of said section ; thence northerly along the said 
western boundary a distance of 1,250 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area 
of 62 acres and T % 2 ^ of an acre, be the same more or less. The portions of land hereby 
conveyed containing together by admeasurement 101 acres more or less. 

To have and to hold the same unto the party of the second part, her successors and 
assigns for ever. 

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In witness whereof, the party of the first part hath caused to be set hereto the 
corporate seal of the company and the hands of its President and Secretary. 

W. C. VAN HORNE, President 
C. DRINKWATER, Secretary, 
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, October 3rd, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction, to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 
the 29th ultimo, conveying a release executed in duplicate by the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company of certain land at Revelstoke described in the patent issued to the Com- 
pany on the 16th November, 1889. 

With respect to the patent for the land which is now to be conveyed to the company 
in lieu of that released, I beg to inform you that it is engrossed and is now going 
through the regular routine required for the attachment of the necessary signatures. 
Immediately it is completed it will be forwarded to you. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 4th October, 1890. 
Sir,— I have received the assistant secretary's letter of the 3rd instant (letter 
Ho. 245457, reference No. 160244) respecting the Revelstoke patent. It will be of 
much assistance to us if you will have a copy of the plan of the land conveyed attached 
to the patent, and I shall be much obliged if you will do so. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 8th October, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 4th instant, stating 
that it would be much assistance to you if a copy of the plan of the land conveyed to 
your company for station ground and road bed at Revelstoke be attached to the patent. 
I am sorry to say that your request came too late, as the patent was already issued, 
bearing date the 2nd instant. 

I enclose the patent in question, together with a form of receipt therefor, which 
you will please sign and return to this department. At the same time be kind enough to 
return the patent issued to your company for the land which your company released to 
the Crown on the 29th ultimo, for the purpose of being placed on record here. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant. 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th October, 1890. 
Sir, — In compliance with the promise made to you by the deputy minister on the 
9th instant, I am directed to enclose herewith a plan of Township 23, Range 2, west of 
the 6th Meridian, on which is shown the grant to the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany road-bed and station grounds at Revelstoke, within the pink border, and the grant 
to the Kootenay Smelting and Trading Syndicate, within the green border. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
George M. Clark, Esq., Solicitor C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 11th October, 1890. 



Revelstoke Patent. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of the assistant secretary's letter of the 8th 
instant (letter No. 245,789,' reference No. 160,244), enclosing the patent for the 
station grounds and the right of way at Revelstoke. The form of the receipt has been 
signed and returned as requested. I transmit herewith the patent first issued of lands 
at Revelstoke, which have been released to the crown. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

This Patent Cancelled. 

Dominion Lands grant to the Canadian Pacific Railway Comjiany, of a certain tract oj 
land for Road Bed and Station Grounds at Revelstoke, situate in the Province 
of British Columbia. 
Township 23. Range 2, west 6th Meridian. Sections, parts of 26, 27, 34 and 35. 
Acres 101. 

Dated 16th November, 1889. 

Recorded in the department of the interior this 20th day of November, 1889. 
Lib. 57. Folio 173. 

W. GOODEYE, 
Registrar of Dominion Lands Patents. 
John J. McGee, 

Deputy Governor. 

CANADA. 

Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 
Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c, &c, &c. 

To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: 

Whereas, under the provisions of the act of the parliament of Canada, passed in the 
forty-fourth year of our reign, chaptered one, and intituled "An act respecting the Cana- 
dian Pacific Railway " and by the terms and conditions of the contract and agreement 
embodied in the said act, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, hereinafter called 
"the company " is entitled to a grant from us of the lands required for the road bed of 
its railway and for its stations and station grounds, workshops, dock grounds and water 
frontage at the termini on navigable waters, buildings, yards, and other appurtenances 
required for the convenient and effectual construction and working of the railway, in so 
far as such land may be vested in us ; 

And whereas, the lands hereinafter described are required by the company for the 
road bed of its railway and for its station and station grounds at a place now known as 
Revelstoke in the Province of British Columbia in our Dominion of Canada, and the 
company has applied to us for a grant thereof ; 

Now know ye, that in consideration of the premises and in pursuance of the power 
vested in us, by the said act, we by these presents, do grant, convey and assure unto the 
company its successors and assigns, for ever, all those parcels or tracts of lands, situate, 
lying and being in the 23rd Township, in the 2nd Range, west of the 6th Meridian, in the 
Province of British Columbia, in our Dominion of Canada, and being composed of : — 

(1.) All that portion of the north-east quarter of Section 27, in Township 23, Range 
2, west of the 6th Initial Meridian, which may be more particularly described as fol- 
lows : — Commencing in north-east corner of said Section 27 ; thence westerly along the 
northern boundary of said section a distance of 700 feet ; thence on a line due south a 
distance of 1,250 feet ; thence easterly a distance of 700 feet more or less to a point on 

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the eastern boundary of the said Section 27 ; at a distance of 1,250 feet south of the 
north-east corner of said section ; thence northerly along said eastern boundary a dis- 
tance of 1,250 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an area of twenty acres and 
nine hundredths of an acre, be the same more or less. 

(2.) All that portion of the south-east quarter of Section 34, in Township 23, 
Range 2, west of the 6th Initial Meridian, which may be more particularly described 
as follows : Commencing at the south-east corner of said section 34 ; thence westerly 
along the southern boundary of said section for a distance of 700 feet ; thence on a line 
running clue north a distance of 130 feet ; thence on a bearing north 46 degrees west, 
a distance of 640 feet ; thence on a line due north, a distance of 440 feet ; thence on 
a bearing south 57 degrees east a distance of 470 feet ; thence on a bearing north 10 
degrees west a distance of 650 feet ; thence on a line due east 50 feet ; thence on a 
bearing south 10 degrees east a distance of 500 feet ; thence south-easterly a distance 
of 900 feet more or less to a point on the east boundary of said Section 34, at a distance 
of 420 feet north of the south-east corner of said section ; thence southerly along the said 
east boundary a distance of 420 feet to the place of beginning ; containing an area of 15 
acres, be the same more or less. 

(3.) All that portion of the south-west quarter of Section 35, in Township 23, 
Range 2, west of the 6th Initial Meridian, which may be more particularly described as 
follows: — Commencing at the south-west corner of the said Section 35, thence easterly along 
the southern boundary of the said section, a distance of 640 feet ; thence north-westerly 
a distance of 760 feet, more or less, to a point on the western boundary of the said Sec- 
tion 35, at a distance of 420 feet north of the south-west corner of said Section 5 ; thence 
southerly along the said western boundary a distance of 420 feet, to the place of begin- 
ning, containing an area of 3 acres and T %-$ of an acre, be the same more or less. 

(4.) All that portion of the north-west quarter of Section 26, in Township 23, Range 2 
west of the 6th Initial Meridian, which may be more particularly described as follows : — 
Commencing at the north-west corner of said Section 26 ; thence easterly along the 
northern boundary of said section, a distance of 640 feet ; thence on a bearing south 57 
degrees east, a distance of 850 feet ; thence on a bearing north 77 degrees east, a distance 
of 1,470 feet ; thence due south a distance of 1,130 feet ; thence westerly a distance of 
2,790 feet, more or less, to a point on the western boundary of said section, at a distance 
of 1,250 feet south of the north-west corner of said section ; thence northerly along the 
said western boundary, a distance of 1,250 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an 
area of 62 acres and t 8 -q 2 of an acre, be the same more or less. 

The portions of land hereby conveyed, containing together by admeasurement one 
hundred and one acres, more or less. 

To have and to hold the said parcels or tracts of land unto the Company, its 
successors and assigns for ever. Saving and reserving nevertheless unto us, our succes- 
sors and assigns the free uses, passage and enjoyment of, in, over and upon all navigable 
waters that now are or may be hereafter found on, or under, or flowing through or upon 
any part of the said parcels or tracts of land. 

Given under the Great Seal of Canada. 

Witness : — John Joseph McGee, Esquire, Deputy of Our Right Trusty and 

Well Beloved, the Right Honourable Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, 

Fiat No. 41917 Baron Stanley of Preston, in the County of Lancaster, in the Peerage of 

°' ^rounds. ti0n Great Britain, Knight Grand Cross of Our Most Honourable Order of the 

Grant No. 4. Bath, Governor General of Canada. 

At Ottawa, this Sixteenth day of November, in the year of Our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine, and in the fifty-third year of 
Our Reign. 

By Command. 



P. Pelletier, 

Acting Under Secretary of State. 

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Deputy Minister of Interior. 



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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th October, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of the patent for certain lands at Revel- 
stoke and of the receipt for patent, which were enclosed with your letter of the 11th 
instant. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 

C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th November, 1890. 

Sir, — In surveying the town site of Revelstoke it has been ascertained that the 
grants to your company of certain parcels of land within and adjoining its boundaries, 
which were made purposely to enable the company to plead the fact of such grants in an 
action brought against it by Mr. Farwell, are occupied and claimed by others. I would 
feel obliged if you would let me know if these lands are now actually required and are 
necessary to the proper working of the railway at this point. A part of the town site, 
comprising one of these grants, has been disposed of, and, in order to carry out a 
promise which I find was made prior to the making of the grant to your company, it 
will be necessary to have a re-conveyance to the crown of the portion so granted, as the 
company has had the boundaries of its station grounds to the east of the town rectified 
in accordance with the company's wishes, and an application is before the Department 
for that portion of the land lying between the station ground and the river. I only 
express the minister's views in asking that the land in question just mentioned be re- 
conveyed to the crown if not now required, as you, perhaps, recollect that when the 
grant was proposed it was carried out expressly on the understanding and with the 
undertaking on the part of the solicitor of your company, Mr. Clark, that if, after the 
Government decided that the company is not entitled to a grant of the said parcels of 
land or any of them, then, on request, the company will re-convey to the crown. 

I may mention that these grants conflict with the regular survey of the town plot> 
in so far as concerns the laying out of the town into regular blocks ; three of them are 
actually included in the regular survey of the town. 

I would like to hear from you on this question as early as will suit your convenience. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 22nd November, 1890. 

Revelstoke. 

Dear Sir, — With reference to our conversation yesterday, I have to-day written to 
the general superintendent of the Pacific division for some information in regard to the 
four parcels of land, the subject of your letter of the 17th instant. As soon as I hear 
from him, I will take the earliest opportunity of seeing you again in regard to this 
matter. 

Yours truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 5th December, 1890. 
Sir, — I find that the patent of Revelstoke station grounds recently issued, does not 
after all include the source of the water supply. A survey has been made of an ad- 

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ditional area necessary to cover this. I enclose a tracing of this survey and the field 
notes and beg to apply for the extra land described. Perhaps you may be able to in- 
clude this in the patent for the extra ground which we are to get at Revelstoke. I 
hope you will be able to send me this patent immediately. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the honourable the Privy Council ap- 
proved by his excellency the Governor General in Council, on the oth December, 
1890. 

On a report dated 25th November, 1890, from the minister of the interior, stating 
that application has been made by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for permission 
to purchase the following lands in the vicinity of Revelstoke, in Township 23, Range 2, 
west of the 6th Meridian, in the province of British Columbia, for railway purposes : — 





Legal 

Subdivisions 

No. 


• 

Sections 
No. 


Acres. 




North east 4 

North 1 of S.E. \ 

Whole 

That part north and west of the Illicilliwaet River 

Whole 

do 

do 


1 

4 

3 

11 

12 

14 

5 

4 

3 

6 

1 

8 

9 

16 


34 
35 
35 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
27 
27 
27 
27 


10 
30 
40 
35 
40 
40 
40 


That part north of the Illicilliwaet River 

do do 

That part north and west of the Illicilliwaet River 

That part north of the Illicilliwaet River 

Whole 

do 

The west \ 


6 
4 
35 
10 
40 
40 
20 


Total .... 






390 











The minister further states that this application was made before the price of 
lands in the railway belt in British Columbia was increased to five dollars per acre, but 
action upon it was delayed until the claims of others in that locality had been dealt with. 

This application conflicts with the one made on the 12th of March last, by Robert 
E. Lemon, of Revelstoke, for two hundred acres of land as shown cross-hatched in light 
green on the plan herewith. A further application was received on the 1 9th of March 
last, from James Leamy and E. Lemon for seventy-seven acres shown coloured red on 
the annexed plan. With the exception of these applications, which do not appear to be 
worthy of special consideration, there are no claimants to the land applied for by the 
railway company. 

The minister, in view of the facts herein recited, recommends that the land be sold 
to the Canadian Pacific Railway at $2.50 per acre. 

The committee submit the above for your excellency's approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council. 
To the Hon. the Minister of the Interior. 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 20th December, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction, to inform you that under authority of an 
Order in Council, dated the 5th instant, the following lands in Township 23, Range 2, 
west of the 6th Meridian, will be sold to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, at the 
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pate of $2.50 per acre, application therefor having been made to this department before 
the price of lands in the railway belt in British Columbia was increased to $5 per acre : — 



Legal Subdivisions. 



North-east £ 1 . 

North 1 and south-east £ 4 

Whole 3 ... 

That part north and west of the Illieilliwaet River 11 . 
Whole 12 



do 
do 



14. 



That part north of the Illieilliwaet River, 4 

do do 3 

do and west of the Illieilliwaet River, 6. 

do of the Illieilliwaet River, 1 

Whole8 

do 9 

The west £16 



Total 



Section No. 


Acres. 


34 


10 


35 


30 


35 


40 


26 


35 


26 


40 


26 


40 


26 


40 


26 


6 


26 


4 


26 


35 


27 


10 


27 


40 


27 


40 


27 


20 



390 



With respect to your application for an additional area of land in Section 34, at 
Revelstoke, to include the source of the water supply which you were under the impres- 
sion was included in the land already acquired by your company, I am directed to say, 
that the remainder of legal sub-division 8 of this section, containing an area of 35 acres, 
will be sold to your company at the regular price of $5 an acre, as in ordinary sale. I 
am further to state that on the receipt here of the amount to cover the total of the above 
areas, namely : — 

390 acres at $2.50 per acre $975 00 

35 do at $5.00 do , 175 00 



,150 00 



Patents for the above mentioned lands' will be prepared forthwith in favour of your com- 
pany. 

I return herewith a tracing prepared by Mr. L. A. Hamilton, of lands applied for 
by your company at Revelstoke. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 26th December, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to enclose the company's cheque for $1,150 being the pur- 
chase price of the lands at Revelstoke, described in your letter of the 20th instant. 
Will you please sign and return the form of receipt attached ? 

I shall be much obliged if you will cause the patent to issue with as little delay as 
possible. ' 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 15th January, 1891. 
Sir,— I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 26th ultimo, 
enclosing your company's cheque for $1,150, being the purchase money in full for the 

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lands at Revelstoke described in my letter of the 20th ultimo, and to return herewith 
the form of receipt therefor duly signed as requested. Patents for the lands in question 
are now in course of preparation. In the one including portions of Sections 26, 308 
acres have been reserved for the right of way of your line crossing Legal Subdivision 14 
of that section. You will recollect that in the conversation with the deputy minister 
and Mr. Goodeve some days ago you agreed to accept 50 feet on each side of the centre 
line of the railway as sufficient for the right of way in question, and consequently the 
patent in question eliminates the area mentioned for the purpose of the right of way of 
your line. A refund of $7.70 will be made to you on account of this reduction in the 
area. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink watee, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 4th March, 1891. 
Sir,— Referring to my letter of the 15th January last, (No. 253188, ref. 160244), I 
am directed to send you herewith for delivery to your company cheque No. 1062 for 
$7.70, being a refund of the amount overpaid in connection with the purchase of certain 
lands in Township 23, Range 2, west of the 6th Meridian (B.C., sale 299). 

Be good enough to have the accompanying form of voucher signed and witnessed 
and returned here. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



ROGERS' PASS. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 1st November, 1890. 
My Dear Sir, — Will you please refer to the papers relating to station grounds at 
Rogers' Pass. Is there any reason why the issue of the patent should be longer delayed 1 
We are very much in want of it. 

Yours truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 14th November, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 1st instant, 
and to say that the patent for station grounds and right of way at Rogers' Pass is being- 
prepared in the name of your company. It was altogether by an oversight that steps 
were not taken to issue the patent at an earlier date. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 9th December, 1890. 
My Dear Sir, — (Rogers' Pass.) You were good enough to say that you would 
have this issued at once. Will you kindly have it sent ? I have a letter from the coast 
to-day, saying that people are encroaching on our grounds and that every day makes it 
more difficult for us to retain control. 

Yours very truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 
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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th December, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 1st ultimo and the 9th instant, respec- 
tively, I now beg to enclose herewith the patent in the name of your company for the 
land occupied as station grounds and road bed at Rogers' Pass. 

I also enclose herewith an account for the survey of these grounds, for the services 
of a surveyor and party who made this survey, from the 18th to the 23rd May, six days, 
at $26.66 per day, making a total of $159.96. When you return the receipts for the 
patent in question also kindly remit this amount. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Ottawa, 13th December, 1890. 
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, to the Department of the Interior. Dr. 
May, 1888. — To survey of Canadian Pacific Railway station grounds 
at Rogers' Pass, B.C., services of surveyor and party from the 18th 
to the 23rd May, six days at $26.66 per clay $159.96. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 20th Dec, 1890. 

My Dear Burgess, — Some days ago you told me you would see that the patent of 
the station grounds at Rogers' Pass was at once prepared and sent to me. Will you 
kindly put it through? 

Yours very truly, 
C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th Dec, 1890. 
Sir,— In reply to your letter of the 20th instant, I beg to say that the patent for 
the station grounds at Rogers' Pass was forwarded to you on the 19th instant, accom- 
panied by a statement of an account for survey. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



GOLDEN, B.C. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th May, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 2nd January last, enclosing a plan and 
description of the land required by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for right of 
way and station ground purposes at Golden, by which the company applied for an area 
in all of 54*57 acres, I am directed to inform you that the secretary of the depart- 
ment of railways and canals, in a communication dated the 9th ultimo, states that, in 
the opinion of the chief engineer of government railways, an area of 15-08 acres in all 
is sufficient for the company's purposes at this point. Enclosed herewith you will find 
a copy of a tracing upon which is indicated in pencil the area awarded by the depart- 
ment of railways and canals, 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 22nd May, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of the assistant secretary's letter of the 17th 
instant (letter No. 23,384, reference No. 180,342), respecting the application of this com- 

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pany for station grounds at Golden, and stating that, in the opinion of the chief engineer 
of government railways, an area of 15*08 acres is sufficient for such purpose at that 
place, as shown on a plan enclosed with your letter. 

In reply I would respectfully state that the chief engineer in coming to his decision 
on this application may not have been informed of the fact that at Golden, being at the 
foot of the Kicking Horse grade, it is found to be necessary to establish a depot for the 
heavy engines used on that grade, and for that purpose a round-house must be provided ; 
and it is not improbable that it may become the divisional point for that section of the 
railway. The area on which the Y is marked on the plan, which I return herewith, is 
best suited for the round-house and other necessary buildings in connection therewith, 
and I therefore beg to ask a reconsideration of our application. I may remind you that 
under the 10th clause of the company's charter it is provided that the government shall 
grant to the company the lands required for the road-bed of the railway and for its 
stations, station grounds, workshops, yards and other appurtenances required for the 
convenient and effectual construction and working of the railway in so far as such lands 
shall be vested in the government, I am directed to express the hope, therefore, that 
under the circumstances it will be decided to grant to this company the land applied 
for, as the same is undoubtedly necessary for the convenient and effectual working of 
the railway. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John. R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Department, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 20th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you that a copy of your letter of the 22nd ultimo, 
applying for a reconsideration of the decision respecting the area of land to be granted 
to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for station grounds and right of way purposes 
at Golden, has been forwarded to the secretary of the department of railways and 
canals, and that you will be advised of the purport of his reply when it has been 
received here. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 23rd July, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you that the secretary of the department of railways 
and canals has advised this department that the chief engineer of government railways 
maintains the opinion already conveyed to you, that an area of 15*08 acres is a sufficient 
allowance at Golden, British Columbia, for the purposes of the Canadian Pacific Railway- 
As it appears that this area of 15*08 acres includes parts of certain streets, as shown on 
the plan of Golden, the deputy minister of justice has been requested, this day, to 
advise this department whether or not such area can be granted to the company since 
the plan has been duly registered with the registrar general at Victoria, and lots in 
Golden, as shown by such plan, have been sold and described according thereto. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 25th July, 1890. 
Sir, — I have received the Assistant Secretary's letter of the 23rd instant, respecting 
land applied for by this Company for station grounds at Golden, and stating that the 

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Chief Engineer of Government Railways maintains the opinion that an area of 15.08 
acres as described by him, is sufficient for the Company's purposes at that place. 

To enable me to look further into this matter I shall be obliged if you will send me 
a copy of the tracing showing the acreage so indicated by the Chief Engineer. 

With reference to your remark that as this area includes parts of certain streets as 
shown on the plan of Golden, the Deputy Minister of Justice has been asked to advise 
whether such area can be granted to the company since the plan has been registered and 
lots in Golden as shown by such plan have been sold, I would remind you that 
the reservation was made prior to the advertised sale of town lots in September, 1888, 
the reserve being specially shown on the plan issued for purposes of such sale. It is not 
probable therefore that any of the lots within that reserve have been disposed of. If 
you will refer to your semi-official letter to me of the 7th of September, 1888, you will 
see that special instructions on this point were sent to the agent of Dominion Lands at 
New Westminster. It would be well that the Deputy Minister of Justice should have 
these facts before him when considering the matter. I may add that the land shown on 
the plan as required for the Y and buildings for locomotive purposes is absolutely necess- 
ary for the proper working of the railway. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Department, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 25th ultimo 
in reference to the land required by the Canadian Pacific Railway for station grounds at 
Golden, B.C. In reply, a copy of the plan asked for in that letter is enclosed herewith. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
Chas. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 6th September, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring further to my letter to you of the 23rd July last, conveying the 
decision of the chief engineer of government railways, that 15*08 acres is a sufficient 
allowance for the purpose of your company at Golden, I am now directed to say that if 
your company so desire, they will be given an opportunity of purchasing the remainder 
of the area applied for at this point, less lots 1 to 6, inclusive, in block 8, (sold to Mr. 
H. R. Moodie, an actual settler) at its actual value. This will be taken to be the upset 
price of town lots as shown in the accompanying schedule. The lands applied for, 
situated outside of the town site, will be valued by an officer of this department upon 
receipt here of a notification from you that your company is desirous of purchasing on 
the terms indicated. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PERIERA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Montreal. 



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Schedule showing Lots with Price per foot frontage to be sold to the Canadian Pacific 

Railway Company at Golden, B.C. 





Number 


Price 








Block. 


of 


per foot 
Frontage. 




Remarks. 






Lot. 












$ cts. 








7.. 


11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


2 00 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 

1 50 

2 50 








6.. 


14 


2 50 


Fractional ; a large portion included in area allotted by Railways and 








Canals. 








15 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




16 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




17 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




18 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




19 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




20 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




21 


2 00 


do 


"do 


do 




22 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




23 


2 00 


do 


do 


do 




24 


3 00 


do 


do 


do 


9.. 


1 


2 00 










2 


2 00 


Fractional lot. 








3 


2 00 


do 








4 


2 00 


. do 






8.. 


7 

8 

9 

10 


3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 









Note. — Lots 1 to 6, inclusive, in Block 8, have been sold to Mr. Moodie. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 21st October, 1890. 

Sir, — T received in due course the assistant secretary's letter of the 6th September, 
respecting the area of land allotted to railway purposes at Golden. As I am still in 
communication with the railway department as to the extent of such area, you will much 
oblige by allowing the matter to remain in abeyance for a short time. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 



Sir, 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 24th October, 1890. 
I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 31st instant, addressed 



to the secretary of the department, respecting the area of land applied for by your com- 
pany at Golden. I take this opportunity of informing you, that if squatters are found to 
have located on any part of the land applied for by you outside of that allotted for 
station grounds, right of way, etc., by the department of railways, this department can- 
not undertake to sell to you the land so squatted upon. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, Deputy Minister of the Interior. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1890. 

Sir, — With reference to your verbal request yesterday, that you be furnished with 
a copy of a plan of your company's station grounds at Golden tow nsite, showing the 
grounds as they are to be granted to your company as revised by the Department of Rail- 
ways and Canals, I beg to enclose such copy of the plan herewith. You will notice that 
the lands will consist of that portion within the shaded pencil line, also the portion with- 
in the red lines for the Y a little to the west of the townsite, containing 3 acres. Accord- 
ing to the plan, the said department had allowed about J of the lots in Block 6, fronting 
on Third Avenue, but the deputy minister thought it more advisable to grant the whole 
of these lots and to allow Fourth Avenue to be extended in front of Block 9, as this 
department has given your company the whole of this avenue right up to and including 
Lot 1 of this Block. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 

C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 5th December, 1890. 

Sir, — Referring to the assistant secretary's letter of the 22nd ultimo respecting 
station grounds at Golden, I shall be glad to have, at your early convenience, a patent 
covering the lands allotted for station grounds as described in the letter above referred 
to, and on the plan which accompanied the same. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 

John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 



Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 16th December, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of ybur letter of the 5th instant, 
and to say in reply that the issue of the patent for your company's station grounds at 
Golden has not been overlooked. A description of the land at this point has been pre- 
pared, and the issue of the patent will be proceeded with immediately. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYKDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 

C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



DESCRIPTION FOR PATENT OF GOLDEN STATION GROUNDS. 

All and singular those certain tracts or parcels of land and premises situate, lying 
and being in the Kootenay district in the Province of British Columbia, being composed 
of part of the N.E. quarter of Section 12 and part of the S.E. and S.W. quarters of 
Section 13, in Township 27, in Range 22, west of the 5th Initial Meridian; and which 
may be more particularly described as follows : — 

First, commencing at a point bearing south 57 degrees, 27 minutes and 56 seconds 
west astronomically, and distant 1,228 t 8 q- feet from the N.E. corner of said section 12; 
thence north 8 degrees and 57 minutes east astronomically, 136 feet; thence north 58 
degrees and 25 minutes west astronomically, 105^ feet; thence north 77 degrees and 
52 minutes west astronomically, 350 feet ; thence north 61 degrees and 33 minutes west 
astronomically, 270 T % 5 T7 feet, thence north 75 degrees and 33 minutes west astronomically, 
197 T 7 Tr feet ; thence on a curve to right of 1,794 feet radius, 313 feet more or less to a 

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point on the north boundary of said section 12, situate 2,097 feet westerly along said 
north boundary, from the N.E. corner of said section ; thence westerly along said north 
boundary, 400J feet, more or less, to a point situate on the north-easterly limit of a lane 
20 feet wide, adjoining the rear of town lots 8, 9, 10 and 11, in block 5 of the town 
plot of Golden, as surveyed for the Dominion Government and shown on a plan of said 
town by P. R. A. Belanger, D.L.S., dated the 6th day of February, 1886, and of record 
in the Department of the Interior; thence south-easterly along said limit of lane, 231 
feet, more or less, to its intersection with the production south-easterly of the line form- 
ing the front of said town lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 ; thence south 54 degrees east astro- 
nomically, 221 feet ; thence south 24 degrees and 50 minutes west astronomically, 
70 feet more or less to the edge of the Kicking Horse or " Wapita " River ; thence 
easterly following the edge of the said river up stream 1,254 feet, more or less, to its 
intersection with the continuation south-westerly of the first mentioned course of north 
8 degrees and 57 minutes east ; thence north 8 degrees and 57 minutes east astronomic- 
ally, 200 feet, more or less, to the point of commencement, containing l0-^\ acres, more 
or less. 

Second, commencing at a point on the boundary between said sections 12 and 13 
distant 2,097 feet westerly along said boundary from the N.E. corner of said section 12 ; 
thence westerly along said boundary 400J feet, more or less, to its intersection with the 
north-eastern limit of a lane 20 feet wide adjoining the rear of lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 
and 15 in Block 5 of the afore-mentioned town plot of Golden; thence N.W. along the 
N.E. limit of said lane 127 t 9 -q feet, more or less, to the S.E. limit of First Street in said 
town plot ; thence on a continuation of the same line 45 feet, more or less, to the N.W. 
limit of said street ; thence S.W. along the said N. \V. limit 36 feet, more or less, to the 
N.E. limit of a lane in Block No. 6 of said town plot ; thence N.W. along the said N.E. 
limit of lane 90 feet, more or less, to the intersection with the west boundary of the 
N.E. quarter of Section 13 aforesaid, thence northerly along the said west boundary 
490 feet, more or less, to the S.W. limit of Fourth Avenue in above mentioned town plot ; 
thence S.E. along said S.W. limit 138 feet, more or less, to a point perpendicularly 
opposite to the S.E. corner of lot 4 in Block 9 of said town plot; thence north 54 
degrees and 24 minutes east astronomically, 66 feet, more or less, to the N.E. limit of 
said avenue ; thence south 35 degrees and 36 minutes east astronomically, 585 T 2 -g- feet ; 
thence on a curve to left of 1,794 feet radius, 170y 5 -g feet, more or less, to the point of 
commencement, containing 4]^ acres more or less. 

Third. Commencing at the point where the east boundary of the S. W. quarter of 
said Section 13 intersects the north eastern limit of the lane 20 feet wide, in block 6 of 
the above mentioned town plot ; thence north westerly along said north eastern limit of 
lane, 460 feet, more or less, to the south eastern limit of Second Street in the said town 
plot; thence north easterly along said south eastern limit 120 feet, more or less, to the 
south western limit of Third Avenue ; thence north easterly on a continuation of the 
same course, 66 feet, more or less, to the north eastern limit of said Third Avenue ; thence 
north westerly along said north eastern limit, 400 feet; thence on a curve to left of 
428^ feet radius, to which the last line is tangent 672 T 7 ^%- feet; thence south 54 degrees 
and 24 minutes west astronomically, 223 t 7 q- feet, more or less, to a point on a continua- 
tion of the north eastern limit of First Avenue, in said town plot ; thence north 35 
degrees and 36 minutes west astronomically, 100 feet; thence north 54 degrees and 24 
minutes east astronomically, 223^ feet ; thence on a curve to left of 428 T 3 - D - feet radius, 
672 T y ¥ feet, more or less, to a point on a continuation of the north eastern limit of Third 
Avenue, and distant 734 feet from its intersection with the south eastern limit of Third 
Street in said town plot ; thence north 35 degrees and 36 minutes west astronomically, 200 
feet; thence north 54 degrees and 24 minutes east astronomically, 100 feet more or less, 
to a point on a continuation of the south western limit of Fourth Avenue ; thence south 
easterly along said continuation and along the said south western limit 1560 feet, more 
or less, to the east boundary of the said S. W. quarter of Section 13 ; thence southerly 
along said east boundary 490 feet, more or less, to the point of commencement ; con- 
taining 8 t 4 -q 4 q- acres, more or less, 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 16th January, 1891. 
Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for parts north-east quarter of 12, and parts 
south-east and south-west quarter Section 13, in Township 27, Range 22, west of the 
5th Meridian, in the province of British Columbia. 

Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



MOBERLY. 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 15th January, 1890. 

Sir, — Referring to your letter of 3rd December last (letter No. 220,765 — reference 
199,332), in reference to this company's application for station grounds at Moberly, I 
now beg to send you a plan on a large scale showing the position of tracks at that point. 
An examination of this will show the impossibility of reducing the acreage to that named 
by the chief engineer of government railways, viz : 14 acres. There is a side track 
built to the Columbia River for convenience in handling ties and other material floated 
down that river. This necessitates a larger acreage than would be required at an ordin- 
ary way station, such as your letter of the 3rd December suggests. 

The amended boundaries, covering an acreage of 33^ acres — -10^ acres of which is 
for ordinary right of way — are shown in notched lines in the blue print sent herewith. 
This change will involve a new survey, but before undertaking this, the plan is submit- 
ted for your approval, which I hope, under the circumstances, will be granted. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
Lyndwode Pereira, Esq., Assistant Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 16th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 15th ultimo, enclosing 
a plan showing the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's tracks at Moberly, and referring 
to the land required at this point for station grounds and right of way purposes. The 
matter has been again referred to the department of railways and canals, and when a 
reply is received here you will be promptly communicated with. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 31st March, 1890. 

Sir, — With further reference to your letter of the 15th January last, I now beg to 
enclose herewith a copy of a letter dated the 3rd instant, received here from the secretary 
of the department of railways and canals, together with a copy of the tracing therein 
referred to, showing the area of the land which the chief engineer of government railways 
deems sufficient for the purposes of the station grounds and right of way of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway at Moberly. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 2nd May, 1890. 

Sir,— "With reference to your letter of 31st March last (letter No. 229068, reference 
No. 199332) respecting the application of this company for station grounds and right of 
way at Moberly, B.C., and enclosing copy of a letter from the department of railways 
stating that, in the opinion of the chief engineer of government railways, an area of 
about 14 to 16 acres should be sufficient for such purposes at that place, if laid out as 
shown on a plan enclosed with his letter. 

I beg to return the plan referred to and to state that having submitted the same 
to the general superintendent of the western division, he has reported that whilst the 
area traced by the chief engineer on the said plan would probably be sufficient at almost 
any other station of the same importance as Moberly, yet that the company will require 
to take large quantities of timber and ties from the river at that point and has already 
constructed and is using a siding along the river bank for that purpose as shown on the 
plan which I send herewith. He further states that to change the location of this 
siding so as to bring it within the limits proposed by the chief engineer, would involve 
very considerable cost on account of the nature of the ground, there being a bad swamp 
between the main line and the siding in question ; and I am therefore instructed to urge 
upon your department that the quantity of land which we asked for is not only necess- 
ary but almost indispensable to this company. 

Under the 10th clause of the company's charter, it is provided that the Govern- 
ment shall grant to the company the lands required for the road-bed of the railway and 
for its stations, station grounds, workshops, yards, and other appurtenances required for 
the convenient and effectual construction and working of the railway in so far as such 
lands shall be vested in the Government. 

I hope therefore that under the circumstances it will be decided not to withhold 
from this company any portion of the land applied for and shown within the notched 
lines on the plan, the same being undoubtedly required for the convenient and effectual 
working of the railway. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th Jan., 1891. 

Sir, — With reference to my letter of 31st March, last, enclosing copy of a tracing 
of the road bed and station grounds at Moberly, which the Chief Engineer of Govern- 
ment Railways deems sufficient for the purposes of such station grounds and right of 
way at that point on your line, I beg to inform you that on the 1 9th instant a letter 
was received here from the Department of Railways and Canals showing the quantity 
of land which in the opinion of the Chief Engineer is necessary for railway purposes at 
the point in question, which gives the same quantity as indicated on the tracing for- 
warded to you in March last. So soon as the Surveyor General prepares a description 
by metes and bounds of the land in question a patent will issue to your company there- 
for. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

(Telegram.) From Montreal to Mr. Hall, Ottawa. 

27th January, 1891. 
Please send me copy of tracing referred to in letter of yesterday re Moberly station 
grounds. 

C. DRINKWATER. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 21st Jan., 1891. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your telegram of this morning, 
and in reply to say that a tracing showing the land allotted for station grounds at 
Moberly, by the Department of Railways and Canals (which is similar in quantity to 
that shown on the tracing which accompanied the letter to you on 31st March last,) is 
enclosed herewith. The Acting Surveyor General calls attention to the fact that it is 
impossible to prepare a description by metes and bounds from this tracing. The north 
and east boundaries in which the land is situated have been surveyed, and they should 
be connected by survey with some point on the boundary of the area to be described, 
and a plan of the survey giving all bearings and distances furnished. Without such 
connecting survey it is impossible properly to describe the land. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R., Montreal. 






CANMORE. 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 6th March, 1890. 

Dear Mr. Hall,— As I understand from Mr. Hamilton that the company's appli- 
cation for station ground and right of way at Canmore has been approved, I would be 
glad if the patent therefor could be issued without further delay. 

Yours very truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 2nd April, 1890. 

Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 6th ultimo, I am to inform you that the 
Department of Railways and Canals have not yet advised this department of the 
approval by the chief engineer of the application of your company for certain lands for 
station ground and right of way purposes at Canmore. The secretary of that depart- 
ment has this day been written to for information on the subject. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 2nd February, 1891. 

Sir, — I have to inform you that a patent for part N. E. half of 32, and part west 
half of 33, Township 24, Range 10, west of fifth Meridian, Alta., N.W.T. (known as 
Canmore station grounds), bearing date the 19th January, 1891, has issued in name of 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, and in accordance with section -44 of " The 
Territories Real Property Act," has been forwarded to the registrar of the land regis- 
tration district of South Alberta, who will furnish you with a certificate of title free of 
charge upon receipt of your application to him therefor, provided he finds the land to be 
unencumbered. 

The registrar's address is Thos. A. McLean, Calgary, N.W.T. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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DESCRIPTION OF LANDS IN TOWNSHIP 24, RANGE 10, WEST OF THE 5tH MERIDIAN, WHICH 

HAVE BEEN PATENTED TO THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY 

FOR ITS ROAD BED AND STATION GROUNDS AT CANMORE. 

Firstly : All that portion of the east half of Section 32 of the said Township, 
which may be more particularly described as follows, that is to say : — Beginning at the 
intersection of the centre line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, as the same is now 
located and constructed across the said land and lands adjoining the same, with the 
most northerly limit of said Section 32 ; thence due west along the said most northerly 
limit, to a point 1,000 feet perpendicularly distant, in a south-westerly direction, from 
the said centre line, or same produced ; thence in a south-easterly direction, parallel to, 
and 1,000 feet perpendicularly distant from the said centre line, or same produced of 
said railway to the most easterly boundary of the said section ; thence due north along 
the said most easterly boundary, and crossing the said centre line of railway to a 
point 300 feet perpendicularly distant north-easterly from the said centre line of 
railway ; thence in a north-westerly direction, parallel to and 300 feet perpendicularly 
distant from the said centre line of railway to the most northerly limit of said Section 
32 ; thence due west along the said most northerly limit to the place of beginning, con- 
taining by admeasurement 107*97 acres, more or less. 

Secondly. All that portion of the west half of Section 33 of the said Township, 
which may be particularly described as follows, that is to say : Beginning at the inter- 
section of the aforesaid centre line of railway with the most westerly boundary of 
Section 33 of the same Township ; thence due south along the said most westerly 
boundary, to a point 1,000 feet perpendicularly distant south-westerly from the said 
centre line of railway ; thence in a south-easterly direction, parallel to, and 1,000 feet 
perpendicularly distant from the said centre line, to a point projected at right angles to 
the said centre line ; from a point on the said centre line, distant from its intersection 
with the aforesaid most westerly boundary of Section 33, 2,060 feet measured along 
the said centre line itself ; thence in a north-easterly direction, perpendicular to the 
said centre line, and crossing the same, to a point 300 feet perpendicularly distant from 
the said centre line ; thence in a north-westerly direction, parallel to and 300 feet perpen- 
dicularly distant from the said centre line of railway, to the most westerly limit of the 
said Section 33 ; thence due south along the said most westerly limit to the place of 
beginning ; containing by admeasurement 46.91 acres, more or less. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 3rd February, 1891. 

Sir, — I beg to inform you that the patent for the Canmore station grounds and 
right of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway, forming part of the east half of Section 
32, and part of the west half of Section 33, Township 24, Range 10, west of the 5th 
Meridian, has this day been forwarded to the registrar at Calgary who has been requested 
to forward to you without any unnecessary delay the certificate of title for the land 
mentioned. 

I enclose a copy of the usual notification forwarded to the patentees in all such 
cases where the lands are in the Territories. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 3rd February, 1891. 

Sir. — I beg to enclose herewith the patent issued in favour of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company for its road-bed and station grounds at Canmore, being part of the 
N. E. quarter of Section 32, and part of the west \ of Section 33, Township 24, Range 
10, west of the 5th Meridian, accompanied by a form of receipt which please be good 
enough to sign and return to this department. It is necessary that the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company be furnished with a certificate of title at once, and I am to ask you to 

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be good enough to see that no time is lost in forwarding the certificate to the secretary 
of the company at Montreal. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
T. A. McLean, Esq., Registrar, Calgary, Alberta. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 2nd February, 1891. 
Dear Hall, — I am obliged for your telegram about the Winnipeg and Canmore 
patents. Will you kindly send me a copy of the latter, which you say must go to the 
registrar. It will take some time to get a certificate of title, and we want to take steps 
to remove a squatter in the meantime. 

Yours truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Department, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th February, 1891. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 2nd instant, 
asking for a copy of the patent issued to your company for its road-bed and station 
grounds at Canmore, and to enclose herewith a certified copy of the patent in question, 
the fee for which is, $2.50, which amount I am to ask you to be good enough to forward 
to this department. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal. 



SICAMOUS. 

Sicamous Station Grounds. 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 6th February, 1890. 
Sir, — On the 1 7th January last, I sent you a plan and description of land required 
for station grounds at Sicamous, and subsequently, on the 24th January, a second plan 
which I requested might be substituted for the one first sent. I find that I was acting 
under a misapprehension in making this request. The second plan is merely supple- 
mentary to the first and intended simply to show more in detail a portion of the land 
required by the company. Will you kindly so consider it and deal with our application 
as made by letter and plan of the 17th January. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 15th October, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your company's application for right of way and station 
grounds at Sicamous, I beg to say that the department of railways and canals has 
approved of the area shown on the plan you have submitted. The patent will therefore 
be issued to your company for the 9*53 acres described by the plan mentioned. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



description of sicamous station grounds. 



All and singular those certain parcels or tracts of land situate, lying and being on 
Shuswap Lake, in the province of British Columbia, being part of the N. W. quarter of 

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Section 36 and part of the N. E. quarter of Section 35, in Township 21, Range 8, west 
of the 6th Initial Meridian, containing in all 9 acres and ^_ of an acre, more or less, as 
shown on a plan of Sicamous station grounds, signed by James T. Garden, D.L.S., dated 
15th and 16th November, 1889, and of record in the department of the interior, and 
which may be more particularly described as follows, that is to say : — 

Firstly, as to that part of the N. W. quarter of Section 36 aforesaid. Beginning at 
a point on the section line between Sections 35 and 36, said point being distant 1,004 
feet southerly along said section line from the N. W. corner of said Section 36 ; thence 
north 70 degrees and 30 minutes east, 288 feet ; thence on a curve to right parallel to 
the centre line of the track of the branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway from Sicamous 
Station to Sicamous Narrows, as such railway is now built, 235 feet ; thence north 20 
degrees and 26 minutes east, 38J feet ; thence south 71 degrees and 16 minutes east, 95 \ 
feet ; thence south 63 degrees and 59 minutes east, 99 feet ; thence south 3 degrees and 46 
minutes west, 21 J feet; thence south 71 degrees and 19 minutes east, 75 feet, more or 
less, to low water mark of Shuswap Lake ; thence northerly and westerly, following the 
said low water mark to its intersection with the line between Sections 35 and 36 afore- 
said ; thence southerly along said line 314 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning, 
containing 3 acres and T 5 ^- of an acre, more or less. 

Secondly, as to that part of the N. E. quarter of Section 35 aforesaid, begin- 
ing at a point on the section line between sections 35 and 36, said point being distant 
1,004 feet southerly along said section line from the N. E. corner of Section 35 ; thence 
south 67 degrees and 30 minutes west, 661 feet ; thence south 69 degrees and 10 min- 
utes west, 904 feet ; thence north 20 degrees and 50 minutes west, 220 feet, more or 
less, to low water mask of Shuswap lake ; thence north-easterly following the said low 
water mark to its intersection with the line between Sections 35 and 36 aforesaid ; 
thence southerly along said line 314 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning, con- 
taining 5 acres and y^- of an acre, more or less. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 8th January, 1891. 

Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for part N. W. quarter 36, and part N. E. 
quarter Section 35 in Township 21, Range 8, west of the Principal Meridian in the 
province of Manitoba. 

Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Chas. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 10th February, 1891. 

'Sir, — I have the honour to apply on behalf of the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany for a grant of the land coloured green on the accompanying plan, and containing 
about 5J acres. This land is bounded on the east by the western boundary of a parcel 
already granted to us for station grounds in this locality. 

The present application is necessary because, when the application for that grant was 
made, we under-estimated the requirements of our business at this point, and asked for an 
area which turns out to be inadequate. 

The application is made under clause 10 of the contract confirmed by 44 Victoria, 
chapter 1, which promises us the lands required for "road-bed, stations, &c, tkc, and 
other appurtenances required for the convenient and effectual working and construction 
of the railway in so far as such land shall be vested in the government." 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

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DESCRIPTION OF ADDITIONAL LANDS TO BE ACQUIRED BY THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY 

AT SICAMOUS STATION. 

All that certain tract or parcel of land and premises situate, lying and being on 
Shuswap lake in the province of British Columbia, lying to the west of, and immediately 
adjoining the lands already acquired by the said company for its road-bed and station 
grounds, Sicamous, under patent, dated the 30th September, 1890, being part of the 
north-east quarter Section 35 in Township 21, Range 8, west of the 6th Initial Meridian, 
and which may be more particularly described as follows : — 

Commencing at the south-western corner of the said lands already acquired under 
said patent, said corner being 50 feet distant from and at right-angles to the south rail 
of the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway ; thence south 69° 10 v west parallel to 
and at a distance of 50 feet to the south of said south rail 1,182 feet ; thence on a curve 
to the right to which the preceding course is a tangent, said curve having a radius of 871 
feet, 103 feet more or less, to a post ; thence north 13° 50 v west, 158 feet more or less to 
the low-water mark of Shuswap lake ; thence easterly, following the said low-water 
mark to its intersection with the prolongation north-westerly of the western limit of the 
said lands already acquired under the said patent ; thence south 20° 50 v west, 233 feet, 
more or less, to the point of commencement, and containing 5*51 acres, more or less. 
Chief Engineer's Office, Canadian Pacific Railway, 10th February, 1891. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 27th Feb., 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 10th instant, ap- 
plying for an additional grant of lands near Sicamous station, and to say that the mat- 
ter will receive immediate attention. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th March, 1891. 

Sir, — With further reference to your letter of the 10th ultimo applying for an addi- 
tional area of 5^ acres for station grounds at Sicamous, I have now to inform you that 
the Chief Engineer of Government Railways reports that he has examined the plan of 
the proposed extension "and does not think the area already taken, with that now pro- 
posed to be taken, in all 15*04 acres, excessive for the joint traffic of the Shuswap and 
Okanagan and Canadian Pacific Railway Companies." Upon receipt of that report 
the Department of Railways was asked whether the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway 
was a branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway, in reply to which we -are informed that 
it is under lease to your company. 

It appears therefore that the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway is not a branch of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway coming within the provisions of its charter, and consequently 
the statement of the Chief Engineer of Government Railways above quoted, does not 
•warrant this Department in making a free grant to your company of the additional 
land in question. If Mr. Schreiber will certify that the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany are fairly entitled to a free grant of this land for their own use, it will be conveyed 
to them at once. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant. 

JOHN. R. HALL Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 8th April, 1891. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19th March respecting 
our application for additional land at Sicamous Station. I think you must have mis- 
apprehended Mr. Schreiber's meaning in concluding that he considers the traffic coming 
from the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway as belonging entirely to that company. The 

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traffic is handed to this company at the junction point where the Okanagan Company 
ceases to have any further interest in or control over it. This company, as at all 
similar junctions with other lines, takes charge of all such traffic and must make pro- 
vision for handling it. It is therefore purely Canadian Pacific business, and I shall be 
glad if you will reconsider the matter from this point of view and grant the extra land 
required. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, April 14th, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 8th instant in 
regard to the application of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for additional land 
at Sicamous Station, and to say that the department is again communicating with the 
Chief Engineer of Government Railways on the subject. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LY1STDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



GLACIER, B.C. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 23rd April, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for 1 and 8 of Section 36, in the 26th Township of 
the 26th Range west of the 5th Meridian, in the Province of British Columbia. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 6th August, 1890. 

Sir, — My attention has been drawn to the fact that the patent for station grounds 
at Glacier does not include an area sufficient to cover the ground now occupied by the 
company's hotel there, which extends 334 feet from the centre line of the railway, 
bringing it beyond the limits of the land patented to the company. 

Under the circumstances I am directed to say that the company will purchase the 
additional area of 40 acres originally contemplated, and as described in my letter of the 
31st August and your letter in reply of 7th September, 1888. 

I am instructed, however, to state that in deciding to purchase this land the com- 
pany does not withdraw, to any extent, its contention that it is entitled under its 
contract to a grant of the said land free of price, but claims, and will continue to claim, 
that had the said contract been between individuals, the conveyance would be decreed 
by the courts by way of specific performance, and the company reserves the right to 
claim hereafter a return of whatever sum may be paid as purchase money for the said 
land, together with interest, or such other remedy in respect of the premises as it may 
be advised to seek for. 

I shall be glad if you will cause a patent to issue for the said land at as early a 
date as possible. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 

John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Department, Ottawa. 
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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 27th August, 1890. 
Sir, — Adverting to your letter of the 6th instant, regarding the lands at Glacier 
required by your company for station grounds, yards and other appurtenances, I beg to 
say that I have consulted the minister of the interior in this matter, and he agrees with 
me that it would be in the public interest and in the interest of your company that the 
rights of the company in the premises, and in other cases where they assume the same 
position, should be settled now. He thinks this can be best accomplished by having 
the rase submitted to the Exchequer Court. If this suggestion meets with the approval 
of your company, the minister will cause the steps necessary on the part of the govern- 
ment of Canada to be taken without delay. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, Deputy Minister of the Interior. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 31st October, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 27th August last, I beg to inform you 
that a voucher has been passed in favour of the department for the sum of $65.00 being 
the price of 26 acres of land at Glacier adjoining the reservation for station grounds. A 
cheque for the amount will be remitted in clue course, accompanied by an unconditional 
form of receipt as in the case of Griffin Lake. I shall be obliged if you will cause the 
patents to issue in both cases with as little delay as possible. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Department of the Interior, Dr., Ottawa. 
Amount of price of additional land required at Glacier adjoin- 
ing station grounds, 26 acres at $2.50 per acre $65 00 

Charge Account. 

Received from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, sixty-five dollars, in full for 
the above account. 

A. M. BURGESS, D. M. Interior. 
Dated Ottawa, 12th November, 1890. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 21st November, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 31st ultimo, 
advising the department that a voucher has been passed for the sum of $65.00, being the 
price of 26 acres of land at Glacier adjoining the station grounds and road bed of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway at that point. The amount in question has been received 
here and I return the voucher duly signed. 

The patent for all those portions of legal sub-division 8, of Section 36, Township 26, 
Range 26, west of the 5th Meridian, not heretofore granted to your company by letters 
patent, dated the 8th day of April last, is now in course of preparation and will be for- 
warded to you. 

I am sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 29th November, 1890. 

Sir, — -I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interioi 

to enclose herewith letters patent for parts sub-division 8, Section 36, in the 26th Towi 

ship of the 26th Range, west of the 5th Meridian in the province of British Columbia 

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The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



PART II. 

Copies of Correspondence and Papers relating to the applications of the Company 
for the issue of patents for their lands in their own name. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 7th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour to request the issue of patents in the name of the com- 
pany of the undermentioned lands : — 



S.Ei 

E£ 


Section 5 

do 23 


Township 10 


Range 19 . . , 


W. 1 


do 12 

do 12 

do 13 

do 13 


do 19 


W. 1 


All 


do 1 

do 21 

do 13 

do 19 

do 27 


do 19 


W. 1 


S.E4 


do 19 


W. 1 


N.wi 


do 21 


W. 1 


Ni 


do 13 

do 13 


do 21... 


W. 1 


S=Und N.W4 


do 22 


W. 1 







I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 11th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to request the issue of patents in the name of this company of the 
undermentioned lands : — 



Section. 


Township. 


Range. 


M. 


N.W£ 5 


10 

6 

10 

13 


25 
23 

21 
20 


1 


All 33.... 


1 


All 9 

S.EiT 


1 
1 



I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th February, 1890. 

Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 7th instant, I beg to inform you that patents are 
now in course of preparation in favour of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for the 
lands mentioned in that communication, namely : — - 

S. E. I 5, 10, 19, west'lst Meridian ; east \ 23, 12, 19, west 1st Meridian ; all 1, 
12, 19, west 1st Meridian ; S. E. 1 21, 13, 19 west 1st Meridian ; N. W. \ 13, 13, 
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21, west 1st Meridian ; north I 19, 13, 21, west 1st Meridian ; south \ and N. W. \ 
27, 13, 22, west 1st Meridian. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 19th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour to request the issue of patents in the name of the company 
for the undermentioned lands : — 

Section. * Township. Range. Meridian. 

All 15 17 7 2 

S. J and N. E. J 35 17 12 2 

E. % 13, All 15, 21, S.W. I 35 17 13 2 

5, 9, 15 18 7 2 

Frac. S. 19 19 7 2 

W. i 19, All 25, S. \ 31, All 35 19 12 2 

S.J 35 19 14 2 

1, 3, 5, 13, 15, 19, 23, 27, 31, 33, 35. . . 20 10 2 

W. \ 31, E. \ 33, All 35 20 11 2 

35 20 12 2 

1,5,7,9,13,15,17,19,21,23,25,27. 21 11 2 

1 21 12 2 

13, 21 21 13 2 

S. 1 27, All 31, W. J 33, E. J 35 19 13 2 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 20th February, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to request the issue of the undermentioned patents in the 
name of this company, viz.: — 

Section. Township. Range, 

Ni 19 9 19 

N.EJ 15 10 18 

S.E.J 7 9 18 

Ni 23 10 17 

All west of the 1st Meridian. 

As the patents are very urgently required, I beg to request that this application 
may receive special attention. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 26th February, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for north half Section 19, in the 9th Town- 
ship of the 19th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

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The accompanying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 26th February, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by the direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for parts N. E. quarter Section 15, in the 
10th Township of the 18th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of 
Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 26th February, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by the direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for S. E. quarter Section 7, in the 9th Town- 
ship of the 18th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 26th February, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for north half Section 23, in the 10th Town- 
ship of the 17th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I am, sir, your obedient .servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to inform you, in reply to your letter of the 11th ultimo, that the 
patents for the lands therein mentioned are now in course of preparation in favor of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq. Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to inform you, in reply to your letter of the 19th ultimo, that the 
patents for the lands therein mentioned are now in course of preparation in favour of 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to'inform you, in reply to your letter of the 20th ultimo, that the 
patents for the lands therein mentioned were forwarded to you on the 26th of last 
month. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for whole Section 1, in the 12th Township of 
the 19th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for 1ST. W.J Section 13, in the 13th Township 
of the 21st Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by the direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for south ^ and N.W. J Section 27, in the 
13th Township, in the 22nd Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of 
Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Chas. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for east J Section 23, in the 12th Township,, 
of the 19th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

JOHN R HALL, Secretary. 
Chas. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by the direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for S. E. \ Section 21, in the 13th Town- 
ship, of the 19th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba. 

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The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Chas. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th March, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for N. J Section 19, in the 13th Township, 
of the 21st Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Chas. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 18th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction or the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for S. E. quarter Section 5, in the 10th Township of 
the 19th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

• JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 21st March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for west half of Section 28, and north ha If of S. J of L. 
S. 13 and 14 of Section 33 in the 13th Township of the 2nd Range east of the Principal 
Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R, HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 21st March, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you that the title to the whole of Section 35 was 
passed to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company on the 13th instant, by notification to 
the Registrar at Regina, in accordance with the provisions of sub-section 5 of section 9 
of the Act 51 Victoria, chapter 20 ; and to state that the notification was mailed to the 
Registrar on the 20th instant. 

The area of this land is 640 acres, and the grant number is 1520. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYND WODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 25th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to apply for the issue of a patent of the undermentioned land, in the 
name of this Company, viz., N.W. quarter of Section 27, Township 10, Range 17, west 1. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

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The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 5th April, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to apply, on behalf of this company, for the issue of a 
patent covering the undermentioned land, viz., S. W. quarter Section 31, Township 7, 
Range 10, 1st Meridian. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 18th April, 1890. 
Sir,— I have the honour to request the issue of a patent for the undermentioned 
land, in the name of this company, viz. : — 

N.J Section 23, Township 11, Range 8, W 1. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 29th April, 1890. 
Sir, — -I have the honour to apply on behalf of this company for a patent covering 
the NE| Section 1, Township 22, Range 2, West 5th. As the purchaser of this pro- 
perty is disposed to create trouble if his title is not completed as quickly as possible, I 
shall be obliged if you will have the patent issued at once. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 29th April, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour to apply on behalf of this company for the issue of a patent 
covering the following land : — 

S E \ Section 7, Township 13, Range 20, west 1. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th May, 1890. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter applying for the issue of letters-patent for the S. W. 
quarter of Section 31, Township 7, Range 10, west of the 1st Meridian, I beg to inform 
you that the preparation of a patent for this land cannot be proceeded with until you 
furnish this department with a plan and description of the land required for the right of 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, the provision to reserve which is to be 
made in the patent. 

I am, sir, your obedient ser\ant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th May, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 18th ultimo, requesting 
that letters patent be issued in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for 
the north half of Section 23, Township 11, Range 8, west of the 1st Meridian, and, in 
reply, to inform you that a patent for this land is now in course of preparation. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th May, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to inform you that the form of notification of the passing of the title 
to the N. E. quarter of Section 1, Township 22, Range 2, west of the oth Meridian, to 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company is now in course of preparation, and will be 
forwarded to the registrar at Calgary when completed, of which action you will receive 
due notice. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th May, 1890. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 29th ultimo, I beg to inform you that the patent 
for the S. E. quarter of Section 7, Township 13, Range 20, west of the 1st Meridian, is 
already in course of preparation, application therefor having been made on the 11th 
Eebruary last. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Winnipeg. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 14th May, 1890. 
Sir, — I have an application to purchase the N. E. quarter of Section 7, Township 

4, Range 7, west 1st Meridian, which, at the time of the survey, was almost entirely 
covered by Lizard Lake. It is now reported as hay land, and I presume that there is 
no objection to our disposing of it. We would wish to get a patent for the quarter 
section as full 160 acres. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

L. A. HAMILTON, Land Commissioner. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th May, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to inform you that the preparation of a patent for the north-east 
quarter of Section 7, Township 4, Range 7, West of the 1st Meridian, will be proceeded 
with in accordance with the request made by you in your letter of the 4th instant, 
upon receipt here of the necessary application from the company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Com., C. P. R. Co., Winnipeg, Man. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 14th April, 1890. 
Sir, — When the survey of Township 15, in Range 4, West 1st, was made, the 

5. E. quarter, Section 21, in that Township, contained, according to the plan, only 24 
acres outside of the lake and marsh. I understand from parties living in the neighbour- 
hood that the greater portion of the quarter section is now suitable for grazing and we 
have an application for the quarter section. If the applicant is satisfied to take it as 
full 160 acres, would a patent for the quarter section as of that area be issued in favour 
of this company 1 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

L. A. HAMILTON, Land Commissioner. 
J. R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th May, 1890. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 14th ultimo, I beg to inform you that upon 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company applying for the issue of letters patent for 

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the south-east quarter of section 21, township 15, range 4, west of the 1st meridian, 
a patent for this quarter-section will be issued as containing an area of 160 acres more 
or less. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A, Hamilton 1 , Esq., Land Commissioner, C.P.R. Co., Winnipeg. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 26th May, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour to apply on behalf of this company for the issue of letters 
patent, in the name of the company, for the undermentioned lands, viz. : — 



Sectk 



E. £ S. i of N.E. I and N. i of S.E. I 21. 

S.E. i 21 

S.W. £7 

N.W.17 



Township. 



Range. 



Meridian. 



I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 9th June, 1890. 

Sir,— Referring to your letter of 19th ultimo (reference No. 231834), respecting 
letters patent for the S.W. ^, Section 31, Township 7, Range 10, W. 1, I beg to enclose 
a plan and description of the land required for the right of way of the Manitoba 
South- Western Colonization Railway through this quarter section, 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, E^sq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

All that portion of the S. W. quarter of section 31 in Township 7 and Range 10, 
west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba, which lies between two 
lines parallel to and fifty feet distant on each side from the centre line of the Manitoba, 
South- Western Colonization Railway, as the same is now located and constructed across 
said lands adjoining the same, containing 6*09 acres more or less. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th June, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith a list giving the area of and other particu- 
lars regarding certain lands, the title to which has been passed to the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company, by notification to the registrar at Regina, in accordance with the 
provisions of sub-section 5 of section 9, of the Act 51 Victoria, chapter 20 ; and to 
state that the notifications were mailed to the registrar on the 19th instant. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



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List to accompany letter to C. Drinkwater, Secretary of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, Montreal, dated 26th June, 1890. 







IS 








Date 


No. 


No. 


Section. 


a 


be 


Meridian. 


Area. 


of 


of 






£ 








Notification. 


Grant. 






H 


tf 






















1890. 




1 


Whole of 15 


17 


7 


West 2nd . . . 


640 


Mav 22... 


1490 


2 


S. |andN.E. J of 35 


17 


12 


do ... 


480 


do 22.... 


1491 


3 


E. J of 13 


17 


13 


do ... 


320 


do 22.... 


1492 


4 


Whole of 15 


17 


13 


do .... 


640 


do 22.... 


1493 





do 21 


17 


13 


do .... 


640 


do 22.... 


1494 


6 


S.W. J 35 


17 


13 


do .... 


160 


do 22.... 


1495 


7 


Whole of 5 


18 


7 


do .... 


640 


do 22.... 


1496 


8 


do 9 


18 


7 


do .... 


640 


do 22.... 


1497 


9 


do 15 


18 


7 


do .... 


640 


do 22.... 


1498 


10 


S. hoi 9 


19a 


7 


do .... 


243^, 


do 22.... 


1499 


11 


Whole of 1 


19 


12 


do . .. 


643^ 


do 22.... 


1500 


12 


W. h 19 


19 


12 


do .... 


243 T U 


do 22 


1501 


13 


Whole of 25 


19 


12 


do .... 


640 


do 22.... 


1502 


14 


S. hoi 31 


19 


12 


do 


281 tW 


do 22.... 


1503 


15 


Whole of 35 


19 


12 


do ... 


640 


do 22.... 


1504 


16 


S. hoi 35 


19 


14 


do .... 


320 


do 22.... 


1505 


17 


Whole of 1 


20 


10 


do .... 


640 


do 21.... 


1506 


18 


do 3 


20 


10 


do 


640 


do 21... 


1507 


19 


do 5 


20 

20 


10 
10 


do .... 
do .... 


640 
640 


do 21... 
do 21.... 


1508 


2u 


do 13 


1509 


21 


do 15 


20 


10 


do 


640 


do 21.... 


1510 


22 


do 19 


20 


10 


do .. . 


640 


do 21.... 


1511 


23 


do 23 


20 


10 


do .... 


640 


do 21 ... . 


1512 


?4 


do 27 


20 
20 


10 

10 


do .... 
do .... 


640 
640 


do 21.... 
do 21.. . 


1513 


25 


do 31 


1514 


26 


do 33 


20 


10 


do ... 


640 


do 21... 


1515 


27 


do 35 


20 


10 


do .... 


640 


do 21.... 


1516 


28 


W. * of 31 


20 


11 


do .... 


320 


do 21.... 


1517 


29 


E. £r.f33 


20 


11 


do .... 


320 


do 21.... 


1518 


30 


Whole of 35 


20 


11 


do . .. 


640 


do 21.... 


1519 


31 


do 1 (front) 


21 


11 


do .... 


603^j 


do 22 ... 


1521 


32 


do 5 


21 


11 


do ... 


640 


do 22.... 


1522 


33 


do 7 


21 


11 


do .... 


640 


do 22 ... . 


1523 


34 


do 9 


21 


11 


do . .. 


640 


do 22.... 


1524 


35 


do 13 (front) 


21 


11 


do .... 


eiidfr 


do 22.... 


1525 


36 


do 15 


21 


11 


do .... 


640 


do 22... 


1526 


37 


do 17 


21 


11 


do .... 


640 


do 22.... 


1527 


38 


do 19 


21 


11 


do .... 


640 


do 22 ... 


1528 


39 


do 21 


21 
21 


11 
11 


do .... 
do .... 


640 
640 


do 21.... 
do 22.... 


1529 


40 


do 23 


1530 


41 


do 25 


21 


11 


do .... 


640 


do 22 ... 


1531 


42 


do 27 


21 


11 


do .... 


640 


do 22 ... 


1532 


43 


do 1 


21 
21 


12 
13 


do 

do ... 


640 

432 T W 


do 21. .. 
do 21 


1533 


44 


do 13 


1534 


45 


do 21 


21 


13 


do ... 


640 


do 22. .. 


1535 


46 


S. h of 27 


19 


13 


do .... 


320 


do 21 ... . 


1536 


47 


Whole of 31 


19 
19 


13 
13 


do .... 
do .... 


640 
320 


do 21 ... . 
do 21.. . 


1537 


48 


w. 133 :. .. 


1538 


49 


E. \ 35 


19 


13 


do .... 


320 


do 22.... 


1539 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th June, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to inform you, in reply to your letter of the 26th ultimo, that letters 
patent are in course of preparation for the north half of the S. E. quarter of Section 
21, Township 7, Range 12, the S. E. quarter of Section 21, Township 15, Range 4, the 
S. W. quarter of Section 7, Township 14, Range 15, and the N. W. J of Section 7, 
Township 14, Range 12, all west of the 1st Meridian. 

The other parcel of land mentioned in your letter, being the south half of the N. 
E. quarter of Section 21, Township 7, Range 12, west of the 1st Meridian, does not 
appear to be vacant by the books here, although it was erroneously entered in the list of 

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lands which was forwarded to the land commissioner of your company under cover of 
a letter, reference 229074, which was addressed to him on the 17th April last. 

The part of the quarter section which, according to the books here, is vacant, is the 
east half. 

I have, therefore, to state that a patent cannot issue for the south half of this quarter 
section, but that, if it is satisfactory to your company, and if the commissioner of 
dominion lands and the local agent report that the east half of the same quarter section 
is vacant and available, a patent can issue therefor. Both the commissioner of dominion 
lands and the land commissioner of your company have been communicated with in 
regard to the matter this day. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Company, Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 9th instant, enclosing 
a plan and description of that part of the S. W. quarter of Section 31, Township 7, 
Range 10, west of the 1st Meridian, which is required for right of way purposes for the 
line of the Manitoba South- Western Colonization Railway Company, and to state that 
the j)atent is in course of preparation. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Company, Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 28th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to apply for the issue of patents for the undermentioned lands in the 
name of this company : — 

S. E. \ Section 19 Township 8 . . . . Range 9 . . . . 1st Meridian 

S. E. 1 27 and N. E. \ Section 25 . . " 8 " 10 .... 1st 

N.W. \ Section 1 " 14 ... . " 8 .... 1st . " 

With reference to the 1ST. W. quarter 1-14-8, W. 1, this land is shown on the 
Government plan as a fractional quarter section containing 1 24*50 acres. The pur- 
chaser of this land is securing it for hay and wishes to have the full 160 acres. Will 
you please, therefore, direct that the patent issue accordingly 1 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 10th July, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring to the assistant secretary's letter of 26th ultimo (letter No. 236,003, 
reference No. 231,834), I beg to say that the company will accept the E. half of the 
N. E. quarter, Section 21-7-12 West, in lieu of the S. half of the N. E. quarter of that 
section, and shall be glad if you will cause the patent therefor to be issued in the name 
of the comjDany as soon as possible. 

In your letter you state that the S. half of this quarter section does not appear to 
be vacant by your books. Being a portion of an odd section and a part of the com- 
pany's land grant, I assume from your letter that it had been disposed of prior to the 
date of such grant, but on this point I shall be glad tg> have further information. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 12th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for S. E. quarter of Section 7, in the 13th Township of 
the -20th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba.* 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

• JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 12th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for north half of Section 23, in the 11th Township of 
the 8th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 23rd June, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for Section 9, in the 10th Township of the 21st Range, 
west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 23rd June, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for the N. W. quarter of Section 27, in the 10th Town- 
ship of the 1 7th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 23rd June, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the in- 
terior, to enclose herewith letters patent for Section 33 in the 6th Township of the 23rd 
Range, west of the Principal Meridian in the Province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 23rd June, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for N. W. \ of Section 5, in the 10th Township of the 

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25th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba. The acco 
panying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return to this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 14th July, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the in- 
terior, to enclose herewith letters patent for S. W. \ Section 31, in the 7th Township of 
the 10th Range, west of the Principal Meridian in the Province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 22nd July, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you that title to the N. E. \ of Section 1, Townshrp 
22, Range 2, west 5th Meridian, was passed to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
on the 21st May, 1890, by notification to the registrar at Calgary in accordance with the 
provision of sub-section 5 of section 9 of the Act 51 Victoria, Chapter 20 ; and to state 
that the notifications were mailed to the registrar on the 5th instant. The number of 
this grant is 1591, and the area is 160 acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 22nd July, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to inform you in reply to your letter of the 28th ultimo, that letters 
patent are now in course of preparation in accordance with your request for the lands 
therein mentioned. In compliance with your request, the N. W. \ of Section 1, Town- 
ship 14, Range 8, west of the 1st Meridian, will be patented as containing the full area 
of 160 acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 21st July, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to apply on behalf of this company for the issue of letters 
patent in the name of the company for the undermentioned lands, viz : — 



Fractional S. E. J... 

do N.E.J... 

do S.E.J... 

do N.E.J... 

do S.W.J... 

Full N.W.J 

Fractional S. E. J. . . 

do N.E.J... 
Full 11 



Fractional N. E. J 

FullS. W. J 

do N.W.J 

Fractional S. E. J 

do N.E.J 



Section. 



31 

31 

25 

25 

25 

25 

27 

27 

35 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

3 



Township. 


Range. 


22 


29 


22 


29 


22 


1 


22 


1 


22 


1 


22 


1 


22 


1 


22 


1 


22 


1 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


1 



Meridian. 



Acreage. 



3 
43 

24 

68 

81 

160 

60 

118 

640 

161 

151 

160 

160 

103 

104 



05 



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I shall be glad if you will cause the patents to be issued as soon as possible, as the pur- 
chaser, Dr. Robitaille, is pressing for his title. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th July, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 

interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for N. W. \ of Section 7, in the 14th 

Township of the 1 2th Range, west of the Principal Meridian in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 

this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN. R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th July, 1890. 
Sir; — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for S. W. \ of Section 7, in the 14th Town- 
ship of the 15th Range west of the Principal Meridian in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 25th July, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to request on behalf of this company, the issue of letters 
patent for the undermentioned lands in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, viz. : — 



Section. 


Township. 


Range. 


Meridian. 


Section. 


Township. 


Range. 


Meridian. 


7 


18 


2 


2 


5 


20 


3 


2 


Frac. 23 


18 


4 


2 


i 


20 


3 


2 


5 


19 


4 


2 


S.hl7 


20 


3 


2 


7 


19 


4 


2 


3 


20 


4 


2 


17 


19 


4 


2 


5 


20 


4 


2 


19 


19 


4 


2 


7 


20 


4 


2 


31 


19 


4 


2 


15 


20 


4 


2 


1«) 


19 


3 


2 


17 


20 


4 


2 


31 


19 


3 


2 











I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 4th August, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to my letter of the 26th May last, I beg to request that the 
patent therein applied for, for the S. E. quarter 21-15-4, west 1, may issue for the full 
area of 160 acres, as it has been sold as containing that area. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 4th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to request, on behalf of this company, the issue of a 
patent for the following land in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
viz. : — 

E. half Section 1, Township 9, Range 20, 1st Meridian. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you that title to the N. E. quarter and part of the 
S. E. quarter of Section 2, in Township 26, Range 4, west of the 5th Meridian, was 
passed to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company on the 14th ultimo, by notification to 
the registrar at Calgary, in accordance with the provisions of sub-section 5 of section 9 
of the Act 51 Victoria, chapter 20, and to state that the notifications were mailed to the 
registrar the 31st ultimo. 

The number of this grant is 1617, and the area is 304 t 7 -q°q- acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir, — With further reference to my letter of the 25th ultimo, I beg to inform you 
that the local agent has reported that the N. W. quarter, the N. E. quarter and the 
S. E. quarter of Section 32, Township 25, Range 1, west of the 5th Meridian, are vacant 
lands, and available for the purpose of the exchange referred to in the above mentioned 
communication. I have, therefore, to request you to comply with the conditions of that 
communication at the earliest possible moment, so that the matter to which it relates 
may be closed. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring to your letter of the 10th ultimo, I beg to inform you that the 
patent for the east half of the N. E. quarter of Section 21, Township 7, Range 12, west 
of the 1st Meridian, is now in course of preparation in favour of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company. 

I have also to inform you that the remainder of this quarter-section was disposed 
of on the 14th October, 1880, being prior to the date of the land grant to the company. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 21st ultimo, I beg to inform you that patents 
are now in course of preparation in favour of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
for the lands therein mentioned, viz., the fractional east half of Section 31, Township 
22, Range 29, west of the 4th Meridian ; fractional Section 25, the fractional east half 
of Section 27, and the whole of Section 35, Township 22 ; fractional Section 1, and the 
fractional east half of Section 3, Township 23, all in Range 1, west of the 5th Meridian. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 25th ultimo, I beg to inform you that patents 
are now in course of preparation in favour of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
for the land therein mentioned, viz. : — Section 7, Township 18, Range 2 ; fractional Sec- 
tion 23, Township 18, Range 4 ; Sections 5, 7, 17, 19 and 31, all in Township 19, Range 
4, Sections 19 and 31 in Township 19, and 31 in Township 19 ; Sections 5 and 7, and 
the south-half of Section 17, Township 20, Range 3; and Sections 3, 5, 7, 15 and 17, 
all in Township 20, Range 4, all west of the 2nd Meridian. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C.R.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 4th instant, I beg to inform you that a patent 
for the east-half of Section 1, Township 9, Range 20, west of the 1st Meridian, is now 
in course of preparation in favour of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir — In reply bo your letter of the 4th instant, I beg to inform you that the patent 
for the S. E. quarter of Section 21, Township 15, Range 4, west of the 1st Meridian, 
will issue for the full area of 160 acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R., Co. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 19th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to request, on behalf of this company, for the issue of a 
patent for fraction N. W. quarter section 17, Township 21, Range 15, west 2nd, in the 
name of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Winnipeg, Man., 15th August, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Some time ago the patent for the west half 1, 9, 20, west, was returned 
to you by the district registrar at Brandon, and he informs me that the new patent has 
not yet been issued. 

Will you please let me know when it may be expected ? 

Yours truly, 

L. A. HAMILTON, Land Commissioner. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 22nd August, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith a list giving the area of and other particu- 
lars regarding certain lands, the title to which has been passed to the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company by notification to the registrar at Calgary, in accordance with the 
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provisions of sub-section 5 of section 9, of the Act 51 Victoria, chapter 20, and 
state that the notifications were mailed to the registrar to-day. 
1 am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

List to accompany letter to C. Drinkwater, Secretary of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, Montreal, P.Q., dated 22nd August, 1890. 



No. 



Section. 



Pt. S. £31.... 

N. \ 31 

Pt. S. E. i 25 
Pt. N. E. \ 25 
Pt. S. W. \ 25 
N. W.J 25... 
Pt. S. E. £27. 
Pt. N. E. I 27 

Whole 35 

S. E. il 

Pt. N. E. 1 1 

S. W. £1 

N.W.il.... 
Pt. S. E. £3.. 
Pt. N. E. £3.. 



Meridian. 



West 4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



Area. 



3Afr 
43^ 
24 
68 

81 T 5 A 
160 

60^ 
118 
640 

161dfr 
151 

160^ 
160 

104 



Date. 



1890. 

Aug. 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 



No. 

of 

Grant. 



1623 
1624 
1625 
1626 
1627 
1628 
1629 
1630 
1631 
1632 
1633 
1634 
1635 
1636 
1637 



Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 22nd Aug., 1890. 
Sir, — -I have the honour, on behalf of this Company, to apply for a patent for the 
N. \ Section 27, Tp. 10, Rge. 15, West 1, in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th Aug., 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 



to enclose herewith letters patent for the N. 



lofS. 



E. \ Section 21, in the 7th Town- 



ship of the 1 2th Range west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th Aug., 1890. 

Sir,- — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 

to enclose herewith letters patent for the S. E. \ of Section 21, in the 15th Township of 

the 4th Range west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th Aug., 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for N. E. J of Section 25, in the 8th Township of 
the 10th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the in- 
terior, to enclose herewith letters patent for the S. E. \ of Section 27, in the 8th Town- 
ship of the 10th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour by direction, to enclose herewith letters patent for S. E. \ 
of Section 19 in the 8th Township of the 8th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in 
the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for N. W. \ of Section 1, in the 14th Township of the 
8th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 5th September, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19th ultimo, 
and to state that the title to the fractional North West quarter of Section 17, Township 
21, Range 15, west of the 2nd Meridian, will be passed to your company in a short 
time. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 5th September, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 15th ultimo, 
and to inform you that the patent mentioned therein will go forward in the course of a 
few days to the district registrar at Brandon. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Commissioner, C. P. R. Co., Winnipeg, Man. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 5th September, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 22nd ultimo, 
requesting on behalf of your company that the patent issue for the north half of 
Section 27, Township 10, Range 15, west of the 1st Meridian, and to inform you that 
the patent in the name of the said company is now in course of preparation. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 15th September, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, on behalf of this company, to apply for the issue of 
patents for the undermentioned lands in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, viz.: 

Section. Tp. Rge. Mev. 

All 1, except east half of west half of legal sub- 
divisions 1 and 8 , 11 6 1 

S. W. 1 9 11 6 1 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Interior Dept., Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 24th September, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 15th instant, 
requesting the issue of patents in the name of your company, of Section 1 (excepting 
the east half of west half of legal sub-divisions 1 and 8), Township 11, Range 6, west 
of the 1st Meridian, and the S. W. \ of Section 9, Township 11, Range 6, west of 
the 1st Meridian In reference to the first-mentioned land, I beg to draw your 
attention to the fact that 20 acres of the two legal sub-divisions in question, which you 
were previously informed had already been disposed of, have, on a further fresh investi- 
gation, found that to have been wrongly posted in the books here, and consequently 
they are available for the purposes of your company. Do you wish that the patent you 
have now applied for should issue minus these 20 acres, to include the whole section, or 
that a separate patent should issue for the excepted portion 1 No step will be taken 
to issue a patent until a reply is received from you. The patent for the S. W. quarter 
of Section 9 is being prepared. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 1st October, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to the assistant secretary's letter of 24th ultimo, (letter No. 
244504, reference No. 820305) respecting Section 1, Township 11, Range 6, west 1, I 
have now the honour to apply for the issue of a patent for the whole of said section in 
the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 13th October, 1890. 

g IRj — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 1st instant, with 
reference to Section 1, Township 11, Range 6, west of the 1st Meridian, and to state 

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that the patent for the whole section is now in course of preparation in the name of your 
company. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 22nd December, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour on behalf of this company, to apply for patent for south 
J Section 35, Township 11, Range 14, 1st Meridian, in the name of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company, and respectfully to request that it be issued with as little delay as 
possible. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

P.S. — This is a case in which we are dealing with a squatter and are anxious to have 
the patent before carrying out the sale. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 12th November, 1890. 

Sir. — I am directed to enclose herewith a list giving the area of and other parti- 
culars regarding certain lands, the title to which has been passed to the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company, by notification to the registrar at Regina, N. W. T., in accordance 
with the provisions of sub-section 5 of Section 9 of the Act 51 Victoria, chapter 20, and 
to state that the notifications were mailed to the registrar to-day. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

List to accompany letter to C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary of the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company, Montreal, dated 12th November, 1890. 







13 












No. 


Section. 


n 


SP 
bo 
G 


Meridian. 


Area. 


Date. 


No. 






o 
H 
























1890. 




1 


Whole of 7 


18 
20 


2 
3 


West 2.... 
do 2... . 


613 
320 


Oct. 3 

do 3 


1638 


2 


S^of 17 

Whole of 17 


1649 


3 


20 


4 


do 2... 


640 


do 3 


1654 


4 


do 7 


20 


4 


do 2.... 


640 


do 3 


1652 


5 


do 5 


20 
20 
20 


4 
4 
3 


do 2.. . 
do 2.... 
do 2.... 


640 
640 
640 


do 8 

do 3 

do 3... . 


1651 


6 


do 3 


1650 


7 


do 5 


1647 


8 


do 7 


20 


3 


do 2.... 


640 


do 3 .. . 


1648 


9 


do 31 


19 


3 


do 2. ... 


646 A% 


do 3 


1646 


10 


do 7 


19 


4 


do 2.... 


646 T 8 A 


do 2.. .. 


1641 


11 


Part Sec. 23, N. 5 of River Qu'Appelle. . 


18 


4 


do 2.... 


327 T 5 ^ 


do 2 


1639 


12 


Whole of 17 


19 


4 


do 2 ... 


640 


do 2.. .. 


1642 


13 


do 5 


19 


4 


do 2. ... 


626^ 


do 2.. .. 


1640 


14 


do 31 


19 


4 


do 2.... 


6i0jh 


do 2 


1644 


15 


do 15 


20 


4 


do 2.... 


640 


do 3 


1653 


16 


do 19 •. 


19 


3 


do 2.... 


644f& 


do 3 


1645 


17 


do 19 


19 


4 


do 2.... 


640ftfr 


do 2 


1643 



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The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 18th November, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, on behalf of this company, to apply for patents for the 
undermentioned lands in favour of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, viz. : — 
S. W. \ Section 17, Township 7, Range 14, 1st Meridian. 
A. 11 do 3 & 9, do 25, do 2,5th do 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 24th November, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, on behalf of this company, to apply for a patent for all 
Section 5, Township 18, Range 16, 2nd Meridian, in the name of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 1st December, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for N. E. quarter and part of N. W. quarter Section 
27, in the 10th Township of the 15th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the 
province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 24th September, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for east half of Section 1, in the 9th Township of the 
20th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 29th October, 1890. 

Sir, — At the request of Joseph Bosir, I enclose herewith letters patent for lot 389 
A, in group , in the 9th township of the E. Coast Meridian, in the Province of British 
Columbia. 

Please sign the accompanying form of receipt therefor and return to this office. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Gordon E. Corbould, Esq., New Westminster, B. C. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 25th October, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for whole Section 1, in the 11th Township, 
of the 6th Range, West of the Principal Meridian in the province of Manitoba. 

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The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 25th October, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for S. W. \ Section 9, in the 11th Township, 
of the 6th Range, West of the Principal Meridian in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt, therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 25th October, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the 
interior, to enclose herewith letters patent for E. half of N. E. quarter Section 21, in 
the 7th Township, of the 12th Range, West of the Principal Meridian in the province 
of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt, therefor, be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. ' 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 1st December, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 18th ultimo, 
requesting that the patents for certain lands therein mentioned be issued to your company, 
and to say, in reply, that the patents are being prepared for Sections 3 and 9, Township 
35, Range 2 west of the 5th Meridian, but the one for the S. W. quarter of Section 17, 
Township 7, Range 14, west of the 1st Meridian, has been stayed, pending the receipt 
here from you of the right of way plan giving the description of the land to be reserved 
out of the patent for the road-bed of the Glenboro' extension of the Souris Branch of 
your railway. I have called your attention to the matter of these plans in another 
communication. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 
LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 1st December, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 24th ultimo, 
applying for a patent for Section 5, Township 18, Range 16, west of the 2nd Meridian, 
in the name of your company, and to say that the notification is now being issued, and 
when completed, will be forwarded to the registrar at Regina, of which you will have due 
advice. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 

Montreal, 2nd December, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour on behalf of this company to apply for a patent for the 
undermentioned land in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, viz. S. W. 
quarter Section 31, Township 7, Range 15, 1st Meridian. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 6th December, 1890. 
Sir, — I have to inform you that title to the N. W. \ fractional Section 17, Town- 
ship 21, Range 15, west of the 2nd Meridian was passed to the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company on the 31st of October, 1890, by notification to the registrar at Regina, 
in accordance with the provision of the sub-section 5 of section 9 of the act 51 Victoria, 
chapter 20, and to state that the notification was mailed to the registrar to-day. The 
number of this grant is 1656, and the area of the land is 132 t 2 q Q q acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, 

Office of the Commissioner of Dominion Lands, 

Winnipeg, Man., 3rd December, 1890. 
(Copy for the information of the minister.) 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you that the S. W. \ Section 31, Township 11, Range 
13, west Principal Meridian, has been transferred from the list of lands rejected by your 
company to that of accepted lands, and is now at your disposal. The agent of Dominion 
lands at Brandon reports that no permits to cut hay have been issued upon this quarter- 
section. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

T. R. BURPE, Sercetary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Commissioner, C.P.R. Co., Winnipeg. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 9th December, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to apply on behalf of this company for a patent for the 
undermentioned lands in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, viz. : — 
North J of north J Section 5, Township 11, Range 5, 1st Meridian. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Sercetary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 16th December, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 2nd instant, requesting 
on behalf of your company for the patent to issue in the name of the said company for 
the S. W. quarter of Section 31, Township 7, Range 15, west of the 1st Meridian, and 
to say that as the Glenboro' extension of the Souris branch of your railway runs through 
this quarter-section it will be necessary for you to file here a right of way plan giving 
the description of the land required to be reserved from the patent. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 16th December, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 9th instant, 
applying on behalf of your company for a patent for the north half of the north half of 
Section 5, Township 11, Range 5, west of the 1st Meridian, and to inform you that the 
patent for this land is now being proceeded with. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 12th December, 1890. 
Sir, — Referring to the assistant secretary's letter of the 1st instant reference No. 
82030, I now beg to enclose plan of the right of way giving the description of the land to 
be reserved out of the patent for the S. W. J, 17-7-14, and shall be obliged if you will 
do what you can to hurry this patent through. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

All that portion of the S. W. quarter of Section 17, in Township 7 and Range 14 
west of the Principal Meridian in the province of Manitoba, which lies between two 
lines parallel to and 49 J feet distant on each side from the centre line of the Glenboro' 
extension of the Souris branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway as the same is now 
located and constructed across said land and lands adjoining the same, containing 3.24 
acres more or less. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 19th December, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 12th instant, 
enclosing here the plan of the right of way giving the description of the land to be re- 
served out of the patent for the S. W. quarter of Section 17, Township 7, Range 14, 
west of the 1st Meridian, and to say in reply that the patent for this quarter section is 
now being prepared in the name of your company with the exception mentioned. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 22nd December, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour on behalf of this company to apply for a patent for S. 
half Section 35, Township 11, Range 14, in the name of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, and respectfully to request that it be issued with as little delay as possible. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINK WATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

P. S. — This is a case in which we are dealing with a squatter and are anxious to 
have the patent before carrying out the sale. C. D. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 24th December, 1890. 
Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for S. W. quarter of Section 17, in Town- 
ship 7, Range 14, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 
Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 

C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Company, Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 30th December, 1890. 

Sir, — I have to inform you that title to Fractional Section 3, Township 25, Raii£ 
2, of the West Meridian, reserving 18 T ^ acres for right of way of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company, was passed to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, on the 5th 
December, 1890, by notification to the registrar at Calgary, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of sub-section 5 of section 9 of the act 51 Victoria, chapter 20, and to state that 
the notifications were mailed to the registrar to-day. The number of this grant is 1724, 
and the area of the land is 560y^ acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Secretary C. P. R. Company, Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 30th December, 1890. 

Sir, — I have to inform you that title to whole of Section 9, Township 25, Range 
2, west of the 5th Meridian, was passed to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company on 
the 5th December, 1890, by notification to the registrar at Calgary, in accordance with 
the provisions of sub-section 5 of section 9 of the act 51 Victoria, chapter 20, and to 
state that the notifications were mailed to the registrar to-day. 

The number of this grant is 1725, and the area of the land is 640 acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Company, Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 7th January, 1891. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 22nd ultimo, applying 
for a patent for the south half of Section 35, Township 11, Range 14, west of the 1st 
Meridian, in the name of your company, and to say that the same is in course of pre- 
paration. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 7th January, 1891. 

Sir, — I have to inform you that title to the whole of Section 5, Township 18, Range 
1 6, west of the 2nd Meridian, was passed to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, on 
the 19th December, 1890, by notification to the Registrar at Regina, in accordance with 
the provisions of sub-section 5, of section 9, of the act 51 Victoria, chapter 20, and to 
state that the notifications were mailed to the registrar to-day. The number of 
this grant is 1726, and the area of the land is 640 acres. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 9th January, 1891. 

Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for N. J of N. ^ Section 5, in Township 1 
Range 5, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Chas. Drinkwater,. Esq., Secretary C. P. R, Co., Montreal. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 27th January, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour to apply for a patent for the N. £ Section 17, Township 
8, Range, 10, 1st Meridian, on behalf of this company, in the name of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

• C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 

John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 17th January, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour, on behalf of this company, to apply for a patent for the 
east half of Section 13, Township 9, Range 21, 1st Meridian, in the name of the Cana- 
dian Pacific Railway Company. I beg to enclose a sketch and description of right of 
way of the Souris branch, which crosses this land, which we require reserved from the 
patent. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

All that portion of the S. E. quarter of Section 13 in Township 9 and Range 21 r 
west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba, which lies between two 
lines parallel to and 49 \ feet distant on each side from the centre line of the Souris 
branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway, as the same is now located and constructed 
across said land and lands adjoining the same, containing 4*68 acres. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for south half of Section 35, in the 11th Township 
of the 14th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 31st January, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour, on behalf of this company, to apply for a patent for the 
west half of Section 5, Township 14, Range 6, 1st Meridian, in the name of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

P.S. — As this patent is urgently required, I shall be obliged if you will cause it to 
be issued without delay. C. D. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 31st January, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour, on behalf of this company, to apply for a patent for the 
W. half Section 5, Township 14, Range 6, 1st Meridian, in the name of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 27th ultimo, 
asking that a patent for the north half of Section 17, Township 8, Range 10, West of 

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the 1st Meridian, be issued in the name of your company, and to say in reply that this 
land stands in the books here as the homestead and pre-emption of one Thomas Earley, 
entered for in June, 1878, and there is nothing to show, since the date of his entry, that 
he has abandoned it or that his entries have been cancelled. The agent has been asked 
to report in the matter. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary Q. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 17th ultimo, 
applying for a patent for the East half of Section 13, Township 9, Range 21, West of 
the 1st Meridian, in the name of your company, and enclosing a sketch and description 
of the right of way of the Souris branch of your railway which crosses this land. The 
patent for the land in question is being prepared, excepting thereout the portion 
required for the right of way of the said Souris branch. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 31st ultimo, 
asking on behalf of your company for a patent for the West half of Section 5, Township 
14, Range 6, West of the 1st Meridian, and saying that it is urgently required, and am 
to express regret that your request cannot be complied with, as a survey has lately been 
made of this section, and the new plan of the Township to be compiled, showing this 
survey, has not yet been approved, and, before the patent can issue, this plan must be 
approved. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 26th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour to apply on behalf of this company for patents for the 
undermentioned lands : — 

S. E. quarter 35 — 10 — 22—1, and N. E. quarter 9 — 8 — 18 — 1, in the name of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway company. With reference to S. E. quarter 35 — 10 — 22 W. 
1, at the time of the government survey, a portion of this quarter Section was covered 
by a slough and the plan showed only 105 acres of dry land which we sold under con- 
tract No. 3588. The slough having become dry our purchaser is desirous of securing the 
remaining 55 acres which his contract will now be made to cover. I beg, therefore, to 
request that you will be good enough to cause the patent to issue for the full 160 acres. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R, Hall, Esq., Secretary Dept. of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th March, 1891. 
Sir, — With reference to your request made to the commissioner of dominion lands 
that the N. E. quarter of Section 31, Township 9, Range 12, west of the 1st Meridian, 
be transferred from the rejected list to the list of lands which have been accepted by 
your company, I am directed to inform you that your request has been acceded to and 
the land in question has been transferred accordingly. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Commissioner, C.P.R. Co., Winnipeg, Man. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th March, 1891. 

Sir, — With reference to my letter to you of the 11th ultimo in regard to the north 
half of Section 17, Township 8, Range 10, west of the 1st Meridian, for which half 
Section you have requested that the patent issue to your company, I am directed to 
inform you that the agent of dominion lands at Brandon has reported that the entry 
which stood against this land has been cancelled and the patent in the name of your 
company is now being proceeded with. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C.P.R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th March, 1891. 

Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 26th ultimo,, 
requesting that patents be issued in the name of your company for S. E. quarter of 
Section 35, Township 10, Range 22, and the N. E. quarter of Section 9, Township 8, 
Range 18, both west of the 1st Meridian, and to say that patents are being prepared 
accordingly. The patent for the S. E. quarter of Section 35 will, as you request, convey 
the full area of 160 acres, instead of the area of 105 acres, as shown by the official plan 
of survey. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 24th December, 1890. 

Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for S. W. quarter of Section 17, in Town- 
ship 7, Range 14, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 
Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary 

C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

. 4 Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 26th March, 1891. 

Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for east half of Section 13, in Township 9,, 
Range 21, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkavater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th April, 1891. 

Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the honourable the minister of the interior, 
to enclose herewith letters patent for north half of Section 17, in the 8th Township of 
the 10th Range, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

The accompanying form of receipt therefor be good enough to sign and return to 
this office. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th April, 1891. 
Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for N.E. \ of Section 9 in Township 8, 
Range 18, west of the Principal Meridian, in the province of Manitoba. 

Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th April, 1891. 
Sir, — I enclose herewith letters patent for S. E. \ of Section 35 in Township 10, 
Range 22, west of the Principal Meridian, in the Province of Manitoba. 

Please sign and return to this department the accompanying form of receipt. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



PART III. 

Copies of Orders in Council, Correspondence, Papers and Plans Relating to 
the Following Matters : — (a.) The Timber cut by the Company on Dominion 
Lands for Ties, Cordwood, &c. ; (b.) Lands Required by the Company for 
the Right of Way of their Line ; (c.) The Disposition of Certain Odd- 
Numbered Sections: (d.) The Extension of the Souris Branch of the 
Company's Line ; and (e.) The Proposed Extension of their Selkirk Branch. 

Copies of Correspondence, &c, between the Department of the Interior and the Company 
Respecting Timber cut on Dominion Lands for Railway Purposes. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 3rd February, 1890. 

Sir, — The crown lands timber agent at New Westminster has rendered accounts 
against this company for timber dues on cordwood cut on the right of way between 
Field and Donald. These accounts have probably been been made out under a misap- 
prehension as to the rights of this company in the matter. 

The department of justice having decided that the original contract between the 
government and the company, and the act of parliament which conferred it, give to 
the company not merely the right to have a way over the crown lands, but a positive 
grant of the land itself, and in accordance with this, patents are now being issued for 
the land occupied for such right of way. The company was entitled under its charter 
to patents as each Section of 10 miles was constructed, and ever since that time the 
company alone was beneficially interested in the timber on the strip of land known as 
the right of way, as well as in the land itself, and it is respectfully submitted that no 
dues are payable in respect of such timber. 

It is possible the crown timber agent has not been informed of the decision of the 
department of justice and I beg to ask that he be instructed in the matter and author- 
ized to cancel the charges made against this company for the dues in question. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. • 

(Telegram,) From Montreal to T. S. Higginson. 

February 6, 1890. 

There should be no objections to holding matter over until department deals witl 
request made in my official letter of third. Please arrange it this way. 

C. DRINKWATER. 
Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

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54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 25.) A. 1891 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 25th Feb., 1890, 

Sir, — I reply to your letter of the 3rd instant, I am directed to say that Mr. T. S. 
Higginson, the crown timber agent of this department at New Westminster, has re- 
ported that to the best of his knowledge no dues have been charged your company for 
timber cut on their right of way, but that on his return to British Columbia he will go 
over the line with Mr. Niblock, and if any timber, for which dues have been charged, 
is found to have been cut within 50 feet from the centre of the railway track, the amount 
of dues on such timber will be deducted from the account. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Winnipeg, Man., 28th Feb., 1890. 
Limits lJf. and 15, Columbia River. 

My dear Mr. Burgess, — You were kind enough to grant this company permission 
to cut what timber was required for ties off the above limits this season. As these are 
about the only limits available for ties east of Donald, I would like very much to get 
possession of them for the company, but I presume that this cannot be done except by 
public auction or advertising them for sale by tender. If there is any other way where- 
by the company could get possession of these limits I would like very much to be advis- 
ed of it and, if absolute ownership cannot be obtained except by public auction, is there 
any way whereby we could get a permanent permit to cut what timber we required for 
tie and bridge uses, and to prevent the timber being used under permit by other parties ? 

Yours faithfully, 

W. WHYTE, General Superintendent. 
At Port Arthur, Ont., 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Ont. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 15th April, 1890. 
Sir,— In reply to your letter of the 28th of February last, in relation to timber 
berths 14 and 15 on the Columbia River, in the Province of British Columbia, I am 
directed to say that it has been decided to invite public competition for a license to cut 
timber on the berths in question, and that a copy of the advertisement which will 
appear in the newspapers will be sent to you in due cause. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
W. W^hyte, Esq,, General Superintendent, C. P. R., Winnipeg, 

Certified Copy of a report of a committee of the honourable the Privy Council approved 
by His Excellency the Governor General in Council on the 10th May, 1890. 

On a memorandum dated 15th April, 1890, from the minister of the interior, stat- 
ing that several applications have been received for permission to cut timber on limits 
14 and 15 on the Columbia river, in the province of British Columbia ; 

The minister recommends, as these applications appear to be made in good faith, 
that he be authorized, in compliance with the regulations governing the cutting of 
timber on Dominion lands, to cause public competition to be invited for a license to cut 
timber on the said berths, the position of which is shown approximately on the annexed 
sketch. 

The minister further recommends that he be authorized to grant the berths to the 
person offering the highest bonus therefor, and, in compliance with the requirements of 
the regulations in that behalf, to issue a yearly license to the successful tenderer on the 
terms and under the conditions as to the survey of the berths, the erection of a mill and 

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54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 25.) A. 1891 



the payment of the dues that are provided by the said regulations, the license to be 
subject to all prior grants and reserves. 

The committee advise that authority be granted as recommended. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council 
The Hon. the Minister of the Interior. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 4th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith a copy of an advertisement which will 
shortly appear in the newspapers, inviting competition for a license to cut timber on 
limits 14 and 15, on the Columbia river, in the province of British Columbia. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
The Crown Timber Agent, New Westminster, B.C. 

A similar letter to be sent to W. Whyte, Esq., general superintendent of the 
western division of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Winnipeg, Man. 

TENDERS FOR A LICENSE TO CUT TIMBER ON DOMINION LANDS IN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH 

COLUMBIA. 

Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and marked " tender for a license to 
cut timber," will be received in this department until noon on Monday, the 22nd day 
of September next, for a license to cut timber on limit 1 4, on the Columbia river, in the 
province of British Columbia, containing an area of 50 square miles, more or less, and 
at the same time tenders will be received for a license to cut timber on limit 15, adjoin- 
ing limit 14, on the said river, also having an area of 50 square miles, more or less. 

The regulations under which a license will be issued, together with a sketch showing 
approximately the position of the limits in question, may be obtained at this department 
or at the office of the crown timber agent at New Westminster. 

Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a Chartered bank in 
favour of the deputy minister of the interior, for the amount of the bonus which the 
applicant is prepared to pay for the license. 

No tender by telegraph will be entertained. 

JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 31st May, 1890. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Winnipeg, Man., 10th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 4th, together with 
copy of a notice that you intend to invite tenders for license to cut timber on limits 14 
and 15 on the Columbia river in the province of British Columbia. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

W. WHYTE, General Superintendent. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 30th August, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith a copy of an advertisement which will 
shortly appear in the newspapers inviting tenders for a license to cut timber on limits 
14 and 15 on the Columbia river in the province of British Columbia. This advertise- 
ment has already appeared in the newspapers, and the time for receiving tenders for the 
limits in question was fixed for the 22nd of September next. It has, however, been 
decided to extend the time to the 8th of December next. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

G. U. RILEY, for the Assistant Secretary. 
W. Whyte, Esq., General Superintendent. 

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Copies of Correspondence between the Department of the Interior and the Company re- 
specting the Right of Way of the Company. 
(Telegram.) 

Department of the Interior, 1st May, 1890. 

Notification received to date of lands accepted by company — total : 6,327,390 
acres, made up as follows : — east of Second Meridian, 1,819,331 acres ; between Second 
and Third Meridians, 3,059,916 acres; between Third and Fourth Meridians, 424,160 
acres; between Fourth and Fifth Meridians, 909,624 acres; west of Fifth Meridian, 
115,360 acres. In June last you gave me figures from your books showing company 
had selected at that date 8,347,440 acres. 

Kindly telegraph me immediately what proportion of this additional two million 
odd acres lies between each Meridian as above. 

Information wanted for Parliament. 

A. M. BURGESS, DM. of Interior. 
L. A. Hamilton, Land Commissioner, Winnipeg, Man. 

Telegram from Winnipeg, Manitoba, to A. M. Burgess, Ottawa. 

1st May, 1890. 
Approximate area accepted lands, east Second Meridian, 2,325,440 acres ; between 
Second and Third, 3,592,000 acres ; between Third and Fourth, 830,000 ; west Fourth 
and Fifth, 1,600,000. 

L. A. HAMILTON. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 24th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour to transmit, under separate cover, plans and descriptions 
of the right of way through the odd-numbered sections on the main line from Winnipeg 
to the eastern boundary of British Columbia ; excluding the lands for which patents 
have already been issued, the school sections, descriptions of which have already been 
sent in to the department, and the Indian Reserves and Banff National Park. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 



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A. 1891 



, CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. 

Schedule of Descriptions of Land required for Railway Purposes through odd-numbered 

Sections on Main Line. 
WINNIPEG TO SUMMIT OF ROCKIES (West Boundary of Alberta). 



Section. 



S. W. 133 

S.&ofN. E.J31 
N.4~N.E.i31.. 

N.E. i21 

S. W. i 31 

S. E. J 

S. E. i 33 

S. E. I 31 

S. W. I 

N. E £25.... 
N. W. ±... . 

S. E. i 25 

S. W 

S. E. 23 

s. w :. 

N. W. 3 



S. E. 1... 
S. E. \ 27. 
S. W. \. . . 
N. E. 27. . 



S. E. 33.. 
S. W 33. . 
S. E. 31.. 
N. E . . . . 
N. W.... 
S. E. 3... 
S. W . . . 
S. W. 3. . . 
N. W. 33. 



N. E. 31. 
N. W... 
S. E. 35. 



S. W 

N. W. 35 . . 
N. E. 25. . . 

N. W 

S. E. i 19. . 
S. E. i 19. . 
S. W. £ 19. 

S. E. 23.. 

S. W. 23. . 
N. E. 17. . . 
S. E. 17... 
S. W. 17. . . 
N.E. 7.... 
N. W 7. . 
S. W. 15. . . 
S. W. 15. . 
N. E. 9.. . 
S. E. 13. . 
S. W 13... 
N. E. 33. . 
N. W. 33.. 
S. W. 33. . . 
S. E. 27. . 
N. E. 21. . 



13 

14 W. 1st. 

14 " 

15 " 



15 W. 1st. 
15 " 
15 



11 



16 



657 
074 
583 
0-21 
G 21 
621 
6 32 
8-28 
Gil 
1-60 
611 
Gil 
611 



13 W. 1st. 

14 " 



19 W. 1st. 

19 " 

19 " 

20 " | 

20 " 

20 " 

20 " 

20 " 

20 " 

20 " 

21 " 
21 " 
21 " 



10 j22 

10 22 



05 
50 
21 
10 
lil 
37 
GOG 
6-06 
331 
400 
6-28 
626 

4 00 
229 
619 
608 
6-08 
6 55 
293 
300 
G10 
597 
5-25 
600 
637 

5 34 
G 06 
GOG 
608 

98-25 
574 
565 
625 
010 

5 16 
1-51 
6" 69 
017 
6-36 
6-13 
160 
017 
637 
016 
333 

6 15 
180 
624 
500 



Remarks. 



Right of way. 



1 Stn. Gds. 
/ McGregor 
Right of way. ' 



Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 



Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 



Dev. of road 
Right of way 



Ballast pit. 
Right of way. 



Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 



Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 



Section. 



N. E. i 
N. E. i 



S. E 

s. w 

15.. 

15.. 
N. E. 1. . 
S. E. 15.... 
S. W. 15. . . 

N. W 

S. E. 21... 

s. w 

N. E. 19. . . . 
N. W. 19... 
S. W. 25. . , 
S. W. 25. . . 
S. W. 35. . . . 
S. W. 35. . . . 
N. E. 33. . . . 
N. E. 33. . . 
N. E. 33. . 
N. E. 5. 
N. E. 5. . . . 

N. E. 7 

N.E. 21... 
N. W. 21 . 
S. E. 19 . . . 
S. W. 19... 
N. W. 19. 
N. E. 21. . . 
N. W. 21.. 
S. E. 25 . . . 
N. E. 25. . . 
N. W. 25.. 

S. W. 35. . . 

N. E. 33. . . 
N. W. 33 . 

S. E. 5 

S. W. 5.... 

S.W. 7.... 



82 



W. i 19. 

E. | 13. 

E. £ 13. 
E. 5.... 
W. 5. . . . 
W. 7. . . . 

W. 7... 

E.7... 

W. 7. . 
E. 13... 
W. 13. . . 

W. 13.. 
W. 23. . 
W. 23 . 

E. 21. . 

E. 21... 
E. 31... 
W. 31. . . 

W. 31 
W. 1... 
W. 1 . . . 
W. 9.... 



W. 1st. 



26 
26 

27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
25 
25 
25 

25 

25 
25 
25 

25 

25 

30 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 

31 
28 
28 
2!) 
2!) 
2!) 
29 
29 
29 
2!) 
2!) 
2!) 
2!) 
30 
30 
30 



118 
619 
664 
413 
030 
14 32 
1-28 

13 08 
413 

14 26 
12 32 
12 52 
10 56 

5-98 

3 72 

250 

070 

1-28 

047 

6 42 

400 

14 32 

6 -26 

626 

617 

270 

3-GO 

12 52 

12 80 

470 

806 

12 80 

9'86 

514 

12 44 

12-44 

12 36 
15-50 

10 88 
695 
010 
0-58 
90 
5-80 

13 94 
I486 

3 94 

14 32 
1-38 

12 60 
8-00 
5 30 
540 
3 67 
972 
5-38 

13 60 

11 GO 
210 
2-85 
200 

11-34 



Remarks. 
Right of way. 

<< 

Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 



Dev. of road 
Right of waj 
Dev. of roac 
Right of way 
Dev. of load 
KlkhornS.G 
Right of wal 
Dev. of roac 
Right of way 



[Dev of i 
Right of way 



Dev. of road. 

Right of way. 
Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 






Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 
Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 



Dev. of road. 
Right of way. 






54 Victoria. 



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A. 1891 



Schedule of Descriptions of Land required for Railway Purposes, &c. — Continued. 





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o 


be 


bo 
c3 

03 


Remarks. 


Section. 


CO 


be 


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O 






6 


cE 


£ 






H 


M 


< 






H 


« 


< 




N. W. 9 


13 


30 W. 1st. 


3 68 


Right of way. 


X. W. ±9 


17 


9W.2nd 


12 12 


Right of way. 


N. E I 15 


16 


3W.2nd 


13 


76 


" 


X. E. ± 7 .... 


17 


9 " 


12 


12 


" 


X. W. i 15 


16 


3 " 





98 


<( 


X. W. ± 7 


17 


9 " 


12 


12 


" 


S. E. 21 


16 


3 " 


12 


85 


" 


S. E. ±15 


17 


10 " 


13 


46 


<( 


S. E. 21 


16 


3 " 


17 


25 


Ballast pit. 


S. W. 15 


17 


10 " 


7 


92 


" 


X. E. 21 


16 


3 " 





53 


Right of way. 


X. W. 15 


17 


10 " 


5 


48 


" 


N. E. 21. .... . 


16 


3 " 


19 


75 


Ballast pit. 


S. W. 21 


17 


10 " 


5 


40 


n 


N. W. 21 


16 


3 " 


L3 


06 


Right of way. 


X. E. 19.. . 


17 


10 " 


13 


44 


" 


S. W. 21 


16 


3 " 





28 




X. W. 19 .... 


17 


10 " 


8 


98 


<( 


S.W. 25 


16 


4 " 





46 




S. E. 25 


17 


11 " 


13 


35 


" 


S. E. 13 


14 


32 W. 1st. 


2 


46 




S. W. 25. . . . 


17 


11 " 


10 


15 


(< 


S. W. 13 . . . 


14 


32 " 


15 


24 




X. W. 25 


17 


11 " 


3 


20 


" 


X. W. 13 ... 


14 


32 " 





55 




S. W. 35 


17 


11 " 


2 


50 


n 


S. W. 23 


14 


32 " 


13 


94 




S. E. 5 


18 


11 " 


13 


22 


a 


8. W. 23 


14 


32 " 


7 


70 


Dev. of road. 


S. W. 15. . . 


17 


8 " 


3 


64 


" 


X. E. 25 


14 


33 " 


(i 


00 


Right of way. 


S. W. 15 


17 


8 " 


2 


70 


Dev. of road. 


X. E.25 


14 


33 " 


3 


70 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 17 


17 


8 " 


12 


12 


Right of way. 


X. E. 35 


14 


33 " 


15 


80 


Right of way. 


S. W. 17 


17 


8 " 


12 


12 


" 


X. W. 35 


14 


33 " 


1 


50 


" 


X. E. ± 13 


18 


15 " 


8 


03 


" 


S. E. 1 


15 


33 " 


In 


20 


" 


X. W. ± 13 . . . . 


18 


15 " 


12 


36 


a 


S.W.I 


15 


33 " 


5 


05 




X. E. ±15 


18 


15 " 


12 


34 


a 


X. W. 1 


15 


33 " 


9 


00 


" 


X. W. 15 


18 


15 " 


12 


34 


" 


S. E. 17. . . 


15 


33 " 


8 


03 


" 


X. E. 17 


18 


15 " 


12 


08 


" 


S. W. 17 


15 


33 " 


1] 


24 


" 


X. W. 17 


18 


15 " 


7 


22 


" 


S. W. 25 


15 


lW.2nd 





85 


" 


S. W. 17 


18 


15 " 


4 


80 


a 


S. W. 25 


15 


1 " 





70 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 15 


18 


16 " 





21 


" 


8. E. 27 


15 


1 " 


3 


22 


Right of way. 


S. E. 15 


18 


16 " 





60 


Dev. of road. 


X. E. 27. . . 


15 


1 " 


H 


46 


" 


X. E. 9 


18 


16 " 


12 


28 


Right of way. 


X. W. 27 


15 


1 " 


12 


16 


" 


X. W. 9. . . . . 


18 


16 " 


12 


11 


a 


S. E. 33 


15 


1 " 


13 


18 


" 


S. W. 9 


18 


16 " 





17 


" 


S.W. 33 


15 


1 " 


13 


18 


" 


S. E. 7 


18 


16 " 


12 


30 


" 


S. E. 1 


16 


2 " 


12 


20 


" 


S. W 7 


18 


16 " 


12 


30 


" 


S. W. 1 


16 


2 " 


12 


20 


" 


X. E. 1 


18 


17 " 


3 


10 


a 


S.W. 25 


16 


4 " 





46 


Dev. of road. 


X. W. 1 


18 


17 " 


12 


60 


a 


X. E. 23 


16 


4 " 





50 


" 


S. E. 5 


18 


17 " 


12 


30 


" 


S. E. 27 


16 


4 " 


12 


72 


Right of way. 


S. W. 5 


18 


17 " 


12 


20 


a 


S.W. 27 


16 


4 " 


12 


72 


" 


X. W. 31 . . . . 


17 


17 " 





54 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 31 


16 


5 " 


12 


12 


" 


S. W. 5 


18 


11 " 


12 


95 


Right of way. 


S.W. 31 


16 


5 " 


4 


60 


" , 


X. W. 5 


18 


11 " 





27 


" 


X. W. 31 


16 


5 " 


7 


90 


a 


S. W. 7 


18 


11 " 


3 


10 


" 


X. E. 35 


16 


6 " 


12 


20 


" 


S. E. 15 


18 


12 " 


12 


34 


" 


X. E. 35 


16 


6 " 


78 


92 


Ballast pit. 


S. W. 15 


18 


12 " 


12 


26 


" 


X. W. 35 


16 


6 " 


12 


20 


Right of way. 


S. W. 19 


18 


12 " 





50 


" 


X. W. 35 . . 


16 


6 " 


10 


17 


Ballast pit. 


X. E. 13 .... 


18 


13 " 





48 


" 


S.W. 3 


17 


6 " 


10 


10 


Right of way. 


X. W. 21 .... 


18 


13 " 


1 


00 


" 


S. W. 3 


17 


6 " 


5 


27 


Stn. grounds, 


X. W. 21 


18 


13 ' ; 





86 


Dev. of road. 












Oaklake. 


X. E. 19 


18 


13 " 


4 


45 


Right of way. 


S.W. 3 


17 


6 " 


3 


82 


Dev. of road. 


X. E. 19 


18 


13 " 


3 


60 


Dev. of road. 


X. E. 5 


17 


6 " 


12 


12 


Right of way. 


X. W. 19 


18 


13 " 


2 


05 


Right of way. 


X. W. 5 


17 


6 " 


12 


12 


" 


X. W. 19 


18 


13 " 


1 


45 


Dev. of road. 


X. E. 1 


17 


7 " 


5 


50 


" 


S. E. 25 


18 


14 " 


12 


12 


Right of way. 


S. E. 1 


17 


7 " 


(i 


32 


it 


S. W. 25 


18 


14 " 


12 


12 


" 


X. W. 1 


17 


7 " 


1 


72 


it 


S. E. 19 


18 


14 " 


12 


m 


(< 


S. W. 1 


17 


7 " 


10 


31 


" 


S. W. 19 


18 


14 " 


12 


66 


<< 


S.W. !) 


17 


7 " 


8 


20 


' ; 


S. E. ± 3 


17 


23 " 


12 


16 


" 


S. E. 7 


17 


7 " 


12 


24 


" 


S.W. ±3 


17 


23 " 


12 


16 


« 


S. W. 7 


17 


7 " 


12 


24 


" 


S. E. 5. 


17 


23 " 


12 


26 


" 


S. E. 3 


16 


2 " 





50 


a 


S. W. 5 


17 


23 " 


12 


26 


" 


X. E. 3 


16 


2 " 


12 


00 


" 


X. E. 35 .... 


16 


24 " 


12 


28 


it 


X. W. 3 


16 


2 " 


12 


50 


(< 


X. W. 35 .... 


16 


24 " 


12 


28 


" 


S.W. 9 


16 


2 " 


9 


20 


" 


S.E.I 


18 


18 " 


1 


48 


" 


S. W. 13. . . 


16 


3 " 


6 


76 


a 


S. E. 1 


18 


18 " 


2 


30 


Dev. of road. 


S. W. 13 


16 


3 " 


2 


70 


Dev. of road. 


X. E. 35 


17 


18 " 


12 


26 


Right of way. 


S. E. ±13 


17 


9 " 


9 


44 


Right of way. 


X. W. 35 


17 


18 " 


12 


26 


" 


S. W. ±13 


17 


9 " 


2 


87 


" 


S. E. 31 


17 


18 " 


12 


08 


** 


X. E. ±9 


17 


9 " 


12 


12 


<( 


S. W. 31 


17 


18 " 


12 


08 


" 



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A. 1891 



' Schedule of Descriptions of Land required for Railway Purposes, &c 


. — Continued. 


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N. E. 23 


17 


20 \V.2nd 


326 


Right of way. 


S. W. 25 


17 


29 W 2nd. 


8-07 Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 23 


17 


20 " 


9-02 


" 








Caron. 


S. W. 23 


17 


20 " 


12-30 


" 


N. W. 25. .. 


17 


29 " 


o- 


20 Right of way. 


S. E. 21 


17 


20 " 


12-20 


" 


S. W. 35 


17 


29 " 


4- 


70 


S. W. 21. 


17 


20 " 


12 20 


" 


S. E. £31 


17 


4 W. 3rd 


12 


40 


N. B. 17 


17 


20 " 


466 


" 


S. E. £ 31 


17 


4 " 


S3 


20 Ballast pit. 


N. W. 17 .... 


17 


20 " 


12-26 


" 


S W. 31. ... 


17 


4 " 


10. 


90 Right of way. 


X. W. 5 


17 


22 " 


230 


«< 


N. E. 25 


17 


5 " 


12" 


20 


N. E. 1 


17 


23 " 


12 30 


" 


N. W. 25 


17 


5 " 


12 


30 


N. W. 1 


17 


23 " 


12 30 


(< 


N. E. 27 


17 


5 " 


12' 


10 


N. E. £33 


17 


29 " 


13 20 


" 


N. W. 27 


17 


5 " 


12 


10 


N. W. £ 33 


17 


29 " 


12-60 


<( 


S. E. 25 


17 


6 " 


o- 


03 


N. E£31 


17 


29 " 


12 20 


" 


N. E. 25 


17 


6 " 


12- 


50 


N. W. 31 


17 


29 " 


11-60 


" 


N. W. 25 


17 


6 " 


12- 


50 


S. h 1 


18 


30 " 


500 


" 


S. W. 35 


17 


6 " 


2' 


30 


S. E. 33 


16 


24 " 


12 30 


" 


S E. 33 


17 


6 " 


12" 


45 


S. W. 33 


16 


27 " 


12-30 


" 


S. W. 33 


17 


6 " 


9; 


50 


S. E. 31 


16 


24 " 


7-60 


" 


N. W. 33 


17 


6 •' 


3 


00 


N. E. 25 


16 


25 " 


12-26 


" 


N. E. 31 


17 


6 " 


2 


70 


N. W. 25 


16 


25 " 


12 26 


" 


N. E. 31 


17 


6 " 


1 


35 Dev. of road. 


N. W. 25 


16 


27 " 


920 


" 


S. E. 1 


18 


7 ' " 


12 


90 Right of way. 


N. E. 27 


16 


27 " 


12 20 


" 


S. W. 1 


18 


7 " 


6- 


40 


N. W. 27 


16 


27 " 


12-50 


" 


S. W. 35 


17 


4 " 


2- 


55 Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 33 


16 


27 " 


10 80 


" 










Secretan. 


S. W. 33 


16 


27 " 


13-10 


" 


S. E. £33 


17 


4 " 


9- 


00 Right of way. 


N. E. 31 


16 


27 " 


10-94 


" 


N. E. 33 . . . . 


17 


4 " 


3 


35 


N. W. 31 


16 


27 " 


436 


Dev. of road. 


S. W 33 


17 


4 " 


12 


45 


S. E. £ 1 


17 


28 " 


775 


Right of way. 


S. W. 33 


17 


4 " 


124 


OOBallastpit. 


N. E. 1 


17 


28 •' 


630 


a 


S. E. £7 


17 


8 " 


10 


30 Right of way. 


N. W. 1 


17 


28 " 


14-10 


" 


N. E. £7 


17 


8 " 


5 


60 


S. W. 15 


17 


28 " 


500 


K 


N. W. £ 7 


17 


8 " 


9 


60 


S. W. 15 


17 


28 " 


2 15 


Div. of road. 


S. E. £13 


17 


9 " 


13 


05 


N. E. 17 


17 


28 ". 


13 00 


Right of way. 


S. W. £13 


17 


9 " 


12 


20 


N. W. 17 


17 


28 " 


13-00 


<( 


S. E. £15 


17 


9 " 


12 


10 


S. E. 19. ... 


17 


28 " 


13-90 


" 


S. W. £15 


17 


9 " 


12 


10 


S. W. 19 


17 


28 " 


610 


u 


S. E. 17 . 


17 


9 " 


8 


00 


N. W. 19 . . . 


17 


28 " 


9' 00 


" 


S. E. 17 


17 


9 " 


3 


45 Dev. of road. 


S. E. 25 


17 


29 " 


5-80 


" 


N. E. 7 


17 


9 " 


12 


15 Right of way. 


S. hi 


18 


30 " 


410 


Dev. of road. 


N. E. 7 


17 


9 " 


8 


75 Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 1 


18 


1 W.3rd 


12 20 


Right of way. 










Rush Lake. 


S. W. 1 


18 


1 " 


680 


" 


N. W. 7 


17 


9 " 


12 


20 Right of way. 


N. E. 35 


17 


1 " 


12-60 


(« 


S. W. 13 


17 


10 " 


9 


00 


N. W. 35 


17 


1 " 


12 60 


" 


S. W. 13 


17 


10. " 


3 


65 Dev. of road. 


S. E. 30 


17 


1 " 


480 


a 


S. E. 13 


17 


10 " 


12 


40 Right of way. 


S. E. 25 


17 


2 " 


12-50 


<< 


S. W. 13. ... 


17 


10 " 


12 


15 


S. W. 25 


17 


2 " 


12-50 


" 


S. E. 9 


17 


11 " 


8 


10 


S. E. 27 


17 


2 " 


1-80 


" 


S. E. 5 


17 


11 " 


6 


65 


N. E. 27 


17 


2 " 


10 50 


" 


N. E. £ 35 


17 


7 W. 3rd 


8 


00 


N. W. 27 


17 


2 " 


12-30 


a 


N. E. £ 35 


17 


7 " 


8 00 Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 31 


17 


2 " 


5-72 


Stn. grounds, 








Ernfold. 










Parkbeg. 


S. E. £ 35 


17 


7 


9 81 Right of way 


S. E. 31 .... 


17 


2 " 


503 


Right of way. 


S. E. £ 35 


17 


7 " 


4 14 Stn. grounds, 


S. W. 31 


17 


2 " 


744 


Stn. grounds, 








Ernfold. 










Parkbeg. 


S. W. 35 


17 


7 " 


8 


15 Right of way. 


S. W. 31 


17 


2 " 


106 


Right of way. 


N. W. 23 . . . . 


17 


7 " 


11 


10 


N. E. 25 


17 


3 " 


240 




S. E. 21 


17 


7 " 


12 


40 


N. W. 25... 


17 


3 " 


040 




S. W. 21 


17 


7 " 





70 


S. E. 35 


17 


3 " 


12-10 




N. E. 17. ... 


17 


7 " 


7 


10 


S. W. 35 


17 


3 " 


12-10 




S. E. 17 


17 


7 " 


10 


10 


N. W. 27.. 


17 


3 " 


0-80 




S. W. 17 


17 


7 " 


5 


20 


S. E. 19 


17 


3 " 


13-00 




N. E 7 


17 


7 " 





15 


S. W. 19 


17 


3 " 


950 




S. E. 7 


17 


7 " 


12 


•40 


N. E. 23 


17 


4 " 


12-60 




S. W. 7 


17 


7 " 


11 


•90 


S. W. 35 


17 


4 " 


255 




S. E. 9 


17 


8 " 


12 


•20 


S. E. 25 


17 


29 W. 2nd 


5-80 


Stn. grounds, 
Caron. 


S. E. 9 


17 


8 " 


5 - 40 Stn. grounds, 
Morse. 


S. W. 25 


17 


29 " 


14 43 


(Right of way. 


S. W. 9 


17 


8 " 


12 


20 Right of way. 



84 






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Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



Schedule of Descriptions of Land required for Railway Purposes, &c. — Continued. 





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15 


14 W. 3rd 


12-25 Right of way. 


S. W. 5 


13 


20 W. 3rd 


7-50 


Right of way. 


S. W. £27 


15 


14 " 


12 


25 


' 


S. E. 15 


13 


20 " 


12 


20 


" 


N. E. 25. 


15 


15 " 


6 


30 


c 


S. W. 15. . . . . 


13 


20 " 


12 


60 


" 


S. E. 25 


15 


15 " 


6 


10 


' 


N. E. 35 


12 


20 " 


8 


70 


" 


S. W. 25 


15 


15 " 


14 


65 


« 


N. W. 35 


12 


20 " 


12 


30 


" 


N. E. 23 


15 


15 " 


12 


70 


N. E. 33 


12 


20 " 


12 


10 


«• 


S. E. 5 


17 


11 " 


2 


70 Dev. of road. 


N. W. 33 


12 


20 " 


12 


10 


(t 


S. E. 31 


16 


11 " 


1 


10 Right of way. 


S. W. 5 


13 


20 " 


1 


00 


" 


S. E. 25 


16 


12 " 


12 


55 


S. W. 5 


13 


20 " 


1 


00 


Dev. of road. 


S. \V. 25 


16 


12 " 


12 


55 Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 1 


13 


21 " 


12 


25 


Right of way. 










Waldeck. 


S. W. 1 


13 


21 " 





25 


a 


S. W. 25 


16 


12 " 


12 


55 Right of way. 


N. E. 1 


13 


21 " 





60 


«< 


N. E. 23 . .. 


16 


12 " 


4 


45 


' 


N. W. 1 


13 


21 " 


12 


60 


" 


N. W. 23 


16 


12 " 


12 


70 


' 


N. W. 15 


14 


17 " 


1 


85 


" 


S. E. 21 


16 


12 " 


12 


40 


' 


S. W. 15 


14 


17 " 


12 


70 


" 


S. W. 21 


16 


12 " 


12 


40 


c 


N. E. 9 


14 


17 " 


6 


80 


" 


N. W. 17 


16 


12 " 


6 


25 


' 


N. W. 9 


14 


17 " 


9 


40 


" 


N. E. 13 


16 


13 " 


7 


65 


' 


S. W. 9 


14 


17 " 


7 


50 


" 


S. E. 13 


16 


13 " 


5 


35 


' 


N. W. 5 


14 


17 " 





50 


" 


S. W. 13. . . . 


16 


13 " 


13 


00 


' 


S. W. £7 


13 


21 " 





05 


" 


N. W. 3 


16 


13 " 


7 


70 


' 


S. W. £7 


13 


21 " 


1 


25 


Stn. grounds, 
Sidewood. 


N. W. 33 


15 


13 " 


15 


00 


' 












S. W. 33 


15 


13 " 


3 


70 


' 


N. W. 1 . ... 


13 


22 " 


4 


70 


Right of way. 


S. E. £ 7 


14 


17 " 


1 


80 


1 


N. W. 35 


12 


22 " 


7 


30 


" 


N. E. i 1 


14 


18 " 


12 


60 


N. W. 35 


12 


22 " 


2 


90 


Dev. of road. 


N. E. £ 1 


14 


18 " 


4 


00 Stn. grounds, 


S. W. 3 


13 


22 " 





20 


Right of way. 










Antelope. 


S. W. 3 


13 


22 " 





40 


Dev. of road. 


N. W. £ 1 

N. W. £ 1 


14 


18 <; 


12 


60 Right of way. 


N.E. 33 


12 


22 " 


4 


30 


Right of way. 


14 


18 " 


7 


90 Stn. grounds, 


N. W. 33 


12 


22 " 


12 


60 


<< 










Antelope. 


S. E. 31 


12 


22 " 


14 


50 


•' 


S. E. £ 3 

S. E. £ 3 


14 


18 " 


7 


80 Right of way. 


S. W. 31 


12 


22 " 





04 


(( 


14 


18 " 


3 


10 Dev. of road. 


N. E. 25 


12 


23 " 


12 


50 


" 


N. W. 23. . . 


15 


15 " 


4 


50 Right of way. 


N. W. 25 


12 


23 " 


12 


35 


« 


S. W. 23 


15 


15 " 


12 


50 


S. W. 27. ..... 


12 


23 " 





75 


" 


S. W. 23 


15 


15 " 


24 


00 Ballast pit. 


S. W. 27 


12 


23 " 


1 


15 


Stn. grounds, 


N. E. 15 


15 


15 " 


12 


75 Right of way. 












Crane Lake. 


N. E. 15. . . . 


15 


15 " 


12 


75 Stn. grounds, 


N. E. 21 


12 


23 " 


7 


55 


Right of way. 










Leven. 


N. E. 9 


13 


21 " 


16 


80 


" 


N. W. 15 


15 


15 " 


4 


50 Right of way. 


N. W. 9 


13 


21 " 





70 


(C 


S. W. 15 


15 


15 " 


12 


55 


S. E. 17 


13 


21 " 


12 


30 


" 


N. E. 9 


15 


15 " 


12 


40 


S. W. 17. 


13 


21 " 


12 


50 


<( 


N. W. 9 


15 


15 " 


4 


90 


N. E. 7 


12 


21 " 


14 


50 


" 


S. W. 9 


15 


15 '• 


11 


75 


N. W. 7 


12 


21 " 


12 


85 


" 


N. E. 5 


15 


15 " 


10 


00 


N. W. 7 


13 


21 " 


7 


35 


Stn. grounds, 


N.W5 


15 


15 " 


8 


60 












Sidewood. 


S. W. 5 


15 


15 " 


7 


30 


N. E. £ 21 


11 


25 " 


12 


10 


Right of way. 


N. W. 31 


14 


15 " 





30 


N. W. £ 21 . . . . 


11 


25 " 


12 


45 


" 


N. W. 31 


14 


15 " 





30 Dev. of road. 


N. E. 19 


11 


25 " 


11 


95 


" 


S. E. 35 


14 


16 " 


12 


10 Right of way. 


S. E. 19 


11 


25 " 


1 


70 


" 


S. W. 35 


14 


16 " 


12 


30 


S. W. 19 


11 


25 " 


16 


00 


" 


N. W. 27.. .. 


14 


16 " 


5 


10 


N.E. 13 


11 


26 " 


13 


80 


" 


N. E. 25 


14 


17 " 


2 


90 


N. W. 13 


11 


26 " 


12 


40 


" 


S. E. 25 


14 


17 " 


14 


10 


N.E. 17 


11 


26 " 


3 


90 


(< 


S. E. 23 . ..... 


14 


17 " 


12 


40 


S. E. 19 


11 


26 " 


12 


70 


" 


S. W. 23 


14 


17 " 


8 


20 


S. W. 19 


11 


26 " 


7 


25 


ti 


N. E. 15. 


14 


17 " 


14 


56 


N. W. 19 . ... 


11 


26 " 


5 


50 


" 


S. E. £ 3 


14 


18 " 


3 


10 Dev. of road. 


S. W. 25 


11 


27 " 





65 


a 


N. E. £33 


13 


18 " 


12 


10 Right of way. 


S. W. 25 


11 


27 " 





65 


Dev. of road. 


N. W. £ 33 . . . . 


13 


18 " 


12 


10 


S. W. 7 


12 


27 " 


11 


30 


Ballast pit. 


S. E. £ 31 


13 


18 " 


14 


40 


N. E. 1 


12 


28 " 


2 


00 


Right of way. 


S. W. £31 


13 


18 " 





90 


N. E. 1 


12 


28 " 





77 


Ballast pit. 


N. E. £ 25 


13 


19 " 


1 


15 


N.E. 17 


12 


23 " 


3 


90 


Right of way. 


S. E. £25 


13 


19 " 


14 


90 


S. E. 17 


12 


23 " 


14 


75 


" 


S. W. £25 


13 


19 " 


3 


40 


S. W. 17 


12 


23 " 





05 


" 


N.E. 5 


13 


19 " 


12 


65 


S. E. 7 


12 


23 " 


14 


60 


" 


N. W. 5 


13 


19 " 


G 


70 


( 


N. E. 1 


12 


24 " 


12 


50 


" 



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A. 1891 



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N. W. 1 


12 


24 W. 3rd 


595 


Right of way. 


N.E. 33.. . . 


11 


3 W. 4th 


210 


Dev. of road. 


S.W.I 


12 


24 " 


750 


" 


N. E. 5 


12 


3 " 


14 55 


Right of way. 


N. W. 35 


11 


24 " 


410 


" 


N. W. 5 


12 


3 " 


5 30 


" 


N. W. 35 


11 


24 " 


2 00 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 7 


12 


3 " 


12-90 


<( 


N. E. 33 


11 


24 " 


12-50 


Right of way. 


S. W. 7 


12 


3 " 


1160 


" 


N. W. 33 


11 


24 " 


12 45 


" 


N. W. 7 


12 


3 " 


140 


" 


S. E. 31 


11 


24 " 


12-75 


(C 


N.E. 3 


12 


5 " 


10 90 


" 


S. E. 31 


11 


24 " 


460 


Stn. grounds, 
Colley. 


N.E. 27 


13 


7 " 


771 


Branch to Sa- 
skatchewan 


S. W. 31 


11 


24 " 


12 70 


Right of way. 










Coal Mine . 


N. E. 25 


11 


25 " 


960 


" 


S. E. 33 


13 


7 " 


12 83 


" 


S. W. 25 


11 


25 " 


020 


it 


S. W. 33 


13 


7 " 


4-77 


(< 


N. W. 25 .... 


11 


25 " 


13-80 


(< 


N. W. 33 


13 


7 " 


10 79 


" 


N. W. 23 


11 


25 " 


13 40 


" 


S. E. 5 


14 


7 " 


9 09 


" 


S. E. i 35 

S. E. J 35. . . 


11 


1 W. 4th 


12 15 


" 


S. W.5 


14 


7 " 


8-77 


;; 


11 


1 " 


600 


Stn. grounds, 


N. W.5 


14 


7 " 


7 68 












_ Welsh. 


S. E. 7 


14 


7 " 


670 




S. W. 35 


11 


1 " 


12 15 


Right of way. 


S. E. 7 


14 


7 " 


670 


Stn. grounds, 


S. W. 35 


11 


1 " 


600 


Stn. grounds, 










Bowell. 










Welsh. 


S. W. 7 


14 


7 " 


11-25 


Right of way. 


S. E. 33 


11 


1 " 


12 20 


Right of way. 


S. W. 7 


14 


7 " 


712 


Stn. grounds, 


N.E. 15.... .. 


12 


28 W. 3rd 


7-80 


" 










Bowell. 


N. E. 21 


12 


28 " 


12-80 


" 


N. W. 7. . 


14 


7 " 


429 


Right of way. 


N. W. 21 


12 


28 " 


12 75 


" 


S. W. 13. . . , 


14 


8 " 


2-82 


" 


S. E. 31 


12 


28 " 


14 10 


" 


S. W. 13 


14 


8 " 


1-36 


Dev. of road. 


N.E. 31 


12 


28 " 


9 25 


<< 


S. E. 15 


14 


8 " 


12 41 


Right of way. 


N. W. 31 


12 


28 " 


12 40 


" 


S. W. 15. 


14 


8 " 


13 04 




N. W. 31 


12 


28 " 


12-40 


Stn. grounds, 


N. E. 17 


14 


8 " 


9 37 


" 










Forres. 


S. E. 19 


14 


8 " 


53 


" 


N.E. 35 


12 


29 " 


12 80 


Right of way. 


N. E. 19 


14 


8 " 


14 69 


" 


N. W. 35 


12 


29 " 


445 


" 


N. W. 19 


14 


8 " 


697 


• " 


S. W. 35. . 


12 


29 " 


8-75 


(< 


S. E. 25 


14 


9 " 


12 62 


" 


N.E. 27 


12 


29 " 


920 


" 


S. W. 25 


14 


9 " 


13 31 


" 


N.E. 27.... 


12 


29 " 


35-00 


Ballast pit. 


S. W. 35 


14 


9 " 


256 


" 


N. W. 27 


12 


29 " 


11 75 


Right of way. 


N. E. 33 


14 


9 '« 


13 43 


<< 


S. W. 27 


12 


29 " 


1-85 


" 


N. E. 33 


14 


9 " 


2-48 


Stn. grounds, 
Suffield. 


S. E. 19 


12 


29 " 


7-20 


u 










S. E. 13 


12 


30 " 


045 


" 


N. W. 33 


14 


9 " 


11-18 


Right of way. 


S. E. 13 


12 


30 " 


050 


Dev. of road. 


N. E. 9 


12 


5 " 


1-70 


" 


N. W. 1 


12 


30 " 


550 


Right of way. 


S. E. 21 


12 


5 " 


450 


" 


N. W. 35 


11 


30 " 


4 60 


(< 


N.E. 21 


12 


5 " 


13 30 


" 


N. W. 35 .... 


11 


30 " 


2-00 


Dev. of road. 


N.E. 35 


12 


6 " 


440 


" 


N. E. \ 3 


13 


G W. 4th 


15 90 


Right of way. 


N.E. 35 


12 


6 " 


204 


Dev. of road. 


N.W.|3 


13 


6 " 


124 


" 


N.E. 35 


12 


6 " " 


146 


Ballast pit. 


N.E. 7 


13 


6 " 


565 


Branch to 


S. W. £ 7 


15 


9 " 


799 


Right of way. 










Saskat c h e- 


S. E. 15 


15 


10 " 


12 53 


" 










wan coal 


N.E. 15 


15 


10 " 


246 


" 










mines. 


N. W. 15 


15 


10 " 


14 98 


" 


S. W. 33 


11 


1 " 


12 20 


Right of way. 


S. E. 21 


15 


10 " 


12-31 


" 


S. E. 31 


11 


1 " 


12 20 


" 


S.W. 21 


15 


10 " 


8-45 


" 


S. W. 31 


11 


1 " 


410 


" 


N. W. 21 .... 


15 


10 " 


650 


" 


N. E. 25 


11 


2 " 


12 40 


(< 


S.W. 31 


15 


10 " 


8-49 


" 


N. W. 25 . . . 


11 


2 " 


12 40 


" 


S. E. 1 


16 


11 " 


699 


c< 


N. E. 27 


11 


2 " 


12 75 


" 


S. W. 1 


16 


11 " 


638 


it 


N. W. 27 


11 


2 " 


575 


" 


N. W. 1 


16 


11 " 


13 36 


" 


S. E. 33 


11 


2 " 


12 60 


" 


N. E. 15 


16 


11 " 


012 


<< 


S. W. 33 


11 


2 " 


12 60 


" 


S.W. 23 


16 


11 " 


026 


' ; 


N. E. 31 


11 


2 " 


12 10 


" 


N. E. 21 


16 


11 " 


13 86 


" 


N. E. 31 


11 


2 " 


500 


Stn. grounds, 


N. W. 21 


16 


11 " 


791 


K 










Irvine. 


S. E. 31 


16 


11 " 


028 


" 


N. W. 31 


11 


2 " 


12 10 


Right of way. 


S. W. 31 


16 


11 " 


14 21 


" 


N. W. 31... .. 


11 


2 " 


710 


Stn. grounds, 
Irvine. 


N. W. 33 . 


14 


9 " 


11 10 


Stn. grounds, 
Suffield. 


N.E. 35 


11 


3 " 


12-10 


Right of way. 


S. E. 5 


15 


9 " 


13-14 


Right of way. 


N. W. 35 


11 


3 " 


12 10 


" 


S. W. 5.. 


15 


9 " 


373 


" 


N.E. 33 


11 


3 " 


5 30 


" 


N. W.5 


15 


9 " 


9-87 


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Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 189 L 



Schedule of Descriptions of Land required for Railway Purposes, &c. — Continued. 





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Remarks. 


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1c 

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N. E. |33 


17 


13 W. 4th 


1156 


Right of way. 


N. W. 7 


20 


16 W. 4th 


12 67 


Right of way. 


N.E. |33 


17 


13 " 


4 


24 


" 


S. E. 13 


20 


17 " 


0-50 


" 


S. E. 5 


18 


13 " 


1 


52 


" 


S. W. 13 


20 


17 " 


13 32 


" 


X. E. 5 


18 


13 " 


15 


32 


" 


S. E. 15 


20 


17 " 


386 


" 


N.W. 5 


18 


13 " 


2 


52 


" 


N. E. 15 


20 


17 " 


8 41 


" 


S. E. 7 


18 


13 " 


7 


85 


" 


N. W. 15 


20 


17 " 


1347 


" 


N.E. 7 


18 


13 " 


6 


98 


" 


S. E. 21....... 


20 


17 " 


4-25 


a 


N.W. 7 


18 


13 " 


13 


81 


<( 


S. W. 21 


20 


17 " 


15 26 


" 


S. E. 13 


18 


14 " 


14 


73 


" 


N. W. 21 


20 


17 " 


080 


" 


S. W. 13. . . 


18 


14 " 


4 


72 


" 


S. E. 31 


20 


17 " 


005 


" 


N. W. 13 


18 


14 " 


10 


01 


" 


S. W. 31 


20 


17 " 


15-80 


i i 


S.W. 33 


18 


14 " 





12 


" 


S. W. 1 


21 


18 " 


14 10 


H 


N.E. 35 


18 


15 " 


12 


08 


a 


S. W. 1 


21 


18 " • 


505 


Dev. of road. 


N. W. 35 


18 


15 " 


12 


08 


" 


S. W. 1. . 


21 


18 " 1 


40 85 


Ballast pit. 


N.E. 33. .. . 


18 


15 " 


12 


15 


" 


N. E. 9 


21 


18 " 


3-32 


Right of way. 


N. W. 33 ... 


18 


15 " 


12 


52 


" 


N. E. 9 


21 


18 " 


1-64 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 5 


19 


15 " 


13 


71 


" 


S. E. 17 


21 


18 " 


4-77 


Right of way. 


S. E. 5 


19 


15 " 


13 


71 


Stn. grounds, 
Cassils. 


N. E. 17 

N. W. 17 


21 

21 


18 " 
18 " 


797 
12 67 


« 


S.W. 5 


19 


15 " 


8 


29 


Right of way. 


N. W. 17 


21 


18 " 


12 67 


Stn. grounds, 


S. W. 1 


17 


12 " 


1 


02 


" 










Bassano. 


S. W. 1 


17 


12 " 





79 


Dev. of road. 


S. W. 19. . . 


21 


18 " 


4 32 


Right of way. 


N. E. 3 


17 


12 " 


10 


51 


Right of way. 


S. E. 23 


21 


19 " 


12 36 


" 


S. E. 


17 


12 " 


1 


33 


" 


S. W. 23 


21 


19 " 


713 


c« 


N. E. 9 


17 


12 " 


13 


47 


(< 


S. E. 25 


21 


21 " 


12 15 


" 


N.W. 9 


17 


12 " 


7 


73 


<( 


S. W. 25 


21 


21 " 


13-88 


" 


S. E. 17 


17 


12 " 


13 


97 


" 


N. E. 27 


21 


21 " 


12-28 


a 


N. E. 17 


17 


12 " 





87 


" 


N. W. 27 


21 


21 " 


1163 


" 


N. W. 17 


17 


12 " 


14 


83 


" 


S. E. 33 


21 


21 


15 30 


c« 


S. E. 19 


17 


12 '• 


9 


89 


" 


S. W. 33 


21 


21 " 


002 


" 


S. W. 19 


17 


12 " 


11 


11 


c< 


N. E. 33 


21 


21 " 


0-70 


" 


S. W. 19 


17 


12 " 


7 


34 


Stn. grounds, 
Tilley. 


N. W. 33 

S. E. 5 


21 
22 


21 " 
21 " 


15-87 
15 43 




N. W. 19 


17 


12 " 


3 


67 


Right of way. 


S. E. 5 


22 


21 " 


20 25 


Stn. grounds, 


N.W. 19. ... 


17 


12 " 


3 


67 


Stn. grounds, 
Tilley. 










Cluny. 












S. W. 5 


22 


21 " 


2 11 


Right of way. 


S. W. 25 


17 


13 " 


12 


14 


Right of way. 


N. W. 5 


22 


21 " 


12 13 


" 


S. W. 25 


17 


13 " 


4 


39 


Dev. of road. 


S. W. 7 


22 


21 " 


349 


(< 


N. E. 27 


17 


13 " 





09 


Right of way. 


S. E. 9 


22 


22 " 


11-99 


it 


S. W. 35 


17 


13 " 





26 


" 


S. W.9 


22 


22 " 


11-99 


" 


N. W.i 33 


19 


16 " 


3 


49 


" 


N. E. 7 


22 


22 " 


12 90 


(< 


S. E. 5 


20 


16 " 





96 


" 


N. W. 7 


22 


22 " 


12 95 


" 


N. E. 5 


20 


16 " 


16 


01 


a 


S. E. 13 


22 


23 " 


13 20 


" 


S. E. 7 


20 


16 " 


5 


62 


(< 


S. E. 13 


22 


23 " 


15 32 


Stn. grounds, 


N. E. 7 


20 


16 " 


7 


75 


" 










Gleichen. 


N. W. 5 


19 


15 " 


5 


74 


« 






r 


11 00 


Blackfoot In- 


S.W. 7 


19 


15 " 


10 


05 


(< 






i 




dian Res. 


S. W. 13 


19 


16 " 


12 


25 


<( 


S. W. 13 


22 


23 " -{ 


10 24 


Right of way. 


S. W. 13 


19 


16 " 


4 


45 


Dev. of road. 






i 


264 


Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 23 


19 


16 '• 


2 


39 


Right of way. 






I 




Gleichen. 


S. W. 23 


19 


16 " 


12 


86 


" 


N. W. 13 ... 


22 


23 " 


4 91 


Right of way. 


N. W. 23 


19 


16 " 


7 


09 


" 


S. E. 23 


22 


23 " 


067 


" 


S. E. 27 


19 


16 " 


11 


94 


" 


S. W. 23 ... 


22 


23 " 


12-57 


" 


S. W. 27 


19 


16 " 


3 


21 


" 


N. W. 23 


21 


19 " 


5 23 


(< 


N. W. 27 


19 


16 " 


14 


56 


" 


N. tt. 21 


21 


19 " 


9 43 


<( 


S. E. 33 


19 


16 " 


9 


05 


<< 


N. E. 21 


21 


19 " 


3 79 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 33 


19 


16 " 


4 


59 


Stn. grounds, 
South Esk. 


N. E. 25 

N. W. 25 .... 


21 
21 


20 " 

20 " 


12 13 
12 13 


(< 


N.E. 33 


19 


16 " 


12 


03 


Right of way. 


N. W. 25 


21 


20 " 


16 00 


Stn. grounds, 


N. E. 33 


19 


16 " 


9 


18 


Stn. grounds, 










Crowfoot. 












South Esk. 


S. E. 5 


23 


23 " 


026 


Right of way. 


N. E. £27 


21 


20 " 


12 


13 


Right of way. 


S. E. 5 


23 


23 " 


45 


Dev. of road. 


N. W. \ 27 


21 


20 " 


12 


13 


" 


S. W. 1 5 

S. W. | 5 ... 


23 


23 ; ' 


11 91 


Right of way. 


N. W. 21 


21 


20 " 





37 


Ballast pit. 


23 


23 " 


411 


Dev. of road. 


N. E. 19 


21 


20 " 


7 


12 


Right of way. 


S. W. 21 


23 


24 " 


94 


Right of way. 


N. W. 19 


21 


20 " 





13 


" 


N. E. 19 


23 


24 " 


1-51 


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Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1801 



Schedule of Descriptions of Land required for Railway Purposes, &c. — Continued. 





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Remarks. 


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N. E. 19 


23 


24 W. 4th 


100 


Dev. of road. 


N. E. 23 


24 


2W.5th 


090 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 25 


23 


25 " 


074 


Right of way. 


S. W. 35 


24 


2 " 


10.58 


Right of way. 


S. E. 25 


23 


25 " 


112 


Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 3 


25 


2 " 


3 68 


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Strathmore. 


S. W. 3 


25 


2 " 


14 33 


" 


N. E.25 


23 


25 " 


15-80 


Right of way. 


S. E. 5 


25 


2 " 


12 10 


(< 


N. E. 25 


23 


25 " . 


9-81 


Stn. grounds, 
Strathmore. 


S. E. 5 


25 


2 " 


9 10 


Stn. grounds, 
Keith. 


8. W. 1 


24 


25 " 


12 71 


Right of way. 


N. E. 5 


25 


2 " 


053 


Right of way. 


S. W. 1 


24 


25 " 


420 


Dev. of road. 


N. E. 5 


25 


2 " 


260 


Stn. grounds, 
Keith. 


N. W. 1 


24 


25 " 


6-48 


Right of way. 










N. W. 1 


24 


25 " 


265 


Dev. of road. 


N. W. 5 


25 


2 " 


10 19 


Right of way. 


N. E. 15 


24 


25 " 


12 82 


Right of way. 


S. W. 5 


25 


2 " 


1 


93 


" 


N. W. 15 


24 


25 " 


13 33 


a 


N. E. 1 


25 


3 " 


16 


36 


" 


S. E. 21 


22 


23 " 


216 


" 


S. W. 13 


25 


3 " 


14 


87 


tt 


N. E. 21 


22 


23 " 


14 78 


«< 


N. W. 13 


25 


3 " 





35 


a 


N. W. 21 


22 


23 " 


1-83 


<< 


S. E. 23 


25 


3 " 


5 


52 


tt 


N. E. 31 


22 


23 " 


15 22 


" 


S. W. 23 


25 


3 " 


9 


57 


" 


N. W. 31. ... 


22 


23 " 


0-26 


<< 


S. E. i 5 


25 


10 " 


7 


68 


" 


N. E. i 13 


23 


28 " 


12 16 


" 


S. W. £5 


25 


10 " 


7 


04 


tt 


N. W. i 13 . . . . 


23 


28 " 


12 16 


a 


N. W. 5 


25 


10 " 


14 


26 


" 


N. E. 15 


23 


28 " 


12 19 


it 


S. E. 7 


25 


10 " 


13 


92 


a 


N. W. 15 


23 


28 " 


7-21 


" 


N. E. 7 


25 


10 " 


9 


77 


(< 


S. W. 15 


23 


28 " 


4-98 


(< 


N. E.25 


25 


4 " 


12 


84 


,-' 


S. E. 17 


23 


28 " 


12 27 


" 


S. W. 1 


26 


4 " 


4 


69 


(« 


S. W. 17 


23 


28 " 


12 27 


" 


S. E. 3 


26 


4 " 


6 


92 


(< 


S. E. 13 


23 


29 " 


12 15 


" 


S. E. 3 


26 


4 " 


6 


93 


Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 13 


23 


29 " 


12 15 


Stn. grounds, 












Cochrane. 










Shepard. .. 


N. E. 3 


26 


4 " 


8 


26 


Right of way. 


S. W. 13. .... . 


23 


29 " 


12 79 


Right ot way. 


N. E. 3 


26 


4 " 


3 74 


Stn. grounds, 


N. E. 15 


23 


29 " 


341 


" 










Cochrane. 


N. E. 21 


23 


29 " 


205 


" 


N. W. 3 


26 


4 " 


10 67 


Right of way. 


N. E. 21 


23 


29 " 


108 


Dev. of road. 


S. E. 9 


26 


4 " 


4 


28 


(< 


S. E. 33 


23 


29 " 


815 


Right of way. 


N. E. 5 


26 


4 " 


1 


44 


c« 


S. W. 33 


23 


29 " 


918 


" 


N. E. 7 


26 


4 " 


14 


76 


(< 


S. E. 17 


24 


1 W. 5th 


819 


<< 


N. W. 7 


26 


4 " 


1 


33 


" 


N. E. 17 


24 


1 " 


3 96 


" 


N. E. 25 


24 


9 " 


12 


38 


" 


S. W. 17 


24 


1 " 


73 


" 


S. E. 25 


24 


9 " 


5 


38 


" 


N. W. 17. .. 


24 


1 " 


12 00 


(< 


S. W. 25 


24 


9 " 


9 


94 


" 


S. E. 17 


24 


25 W. 4th 


1-62 


" 


N. E. 23 


24 


9 " 


13 


11 


" 


S. E. 17 


24 


25 " 


100 


Dev. of road. 


N. W. 23 


24 


9 " 


6 


90 


" 


N. E. 7....... 


24 


25 " 


12 10 


Right of way. 


S. W. 23 


24 


9 " 


(i 


21 


" 


N. E. 7 


24 


25 " 


12 10 


Stn. grounds, 


N. E. 21 


24 


9 " 


12 


59 


<( 










Cheadle. 


N. W. 21 


24 


9 " 


12 


84 


(i 


N. W. 7 


24 


25 " 


12 14 


Right of way. 


S. W. 21 


24 


9 " 


6 


27 


«< 


N. W. 7 


24 


25 " 


1-67 


Stn. grounds, 


N. W. 17 


24 


9 " 


2 


30 


<( 










Cheadle. 


N. E. 13 


24 


10 " 


5 


69 


* ; 


N. E.3 


24 


26 " 


096 


Right of way. 


S. E. 23 


24 


10 " 


2 


76 


Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 3 


24 


26 " 


14-28 


" 












Canmore. 


S. W. 3 


24 


26 " 


563 


«( 


N. W. 7... 


25 


10 " 


7 


79 


Right of way. 


N. E. 33 . 


23 


26 " 


10 41 


<« 


N. W. 25 . . . . 


25 


13 " 





43 


" 


S. E. 33 


23 


26 " 


4-87 


tt 


S. E. 35 


25 


13 " 


11 


14 


<< 


S. W. 33 


23 


26 " 


14 90 


it 


S. E. 35 


25 


13 " 


10 


94 


Stm grounds, 


N. E. 19 


23 


26 " 


665 


tt 












Cascade. 


N. W. 19 


23 


26 " 


14 33 


" 


S. W.35 


25 


13 " 


12 


53 


Right of way. 


S. E. 21 


23 


27 " 


12 19 


<« 


S. W.35 


25 


13 " 


1 


20 


Stn. grounds, 


S. W. 21. ... 


23 


27 " 


11-36 


n 












Cascade. 


N. E. 17 


23 


27 " 


10 81 


tt 


N. W. 35 


25 


13 " 


5 


12 


Right of way. 


N. W. 17 ... 


23 


27 " 


12 19 


a 


S. E. 3 


26 


13 " 


6 


21 


' 




N. W. 1 23 . . . . 


25 


3 W. 5th 


997 


tt 


S. W. 3 


26 


13 " 


10 


49 


' 




S. E. i 27 

S. E. \ 27 


25 


3 " 


8-28 


'' 


N. W. 3 


26 


13 " 


7 


18 


' 




25 


3 " 


8-28 


Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 9 


26 


13 " 


11 


50 


' 












Glenhaw. 


S. W. 9 


26 


13 " 


3 


91 


' 




S. W. 27 


25 


3 " 


13 72 


Right of way. 


N. W. 9 


26 


13 " 


15 


46 


< 




N. W. 27 


25 


3 " 


0-48 


" 


S. E. 17 


26 


13 " 


15 


57 


< 




S. W. 19 


24 


1 " 


11-60 


<< 


S. W. 17 


26 


13 " 


4 


83 


i 




N. E. 23 


24 


2 " 


122 


«< 


N. W. 17 


26 


13 " 


it 


23 


' 








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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



Schedule of Descriptions of Land required for Railway Purposes, &c— Concluded. 





d, 










Pi 








Section. 


XT. 

a 


bo 


8f 


Remarks. 


Section. 




0> 

be 


be 
e8 


Remarks. 




E 


s 


& 






£ 


C 


£ 






o 


a 


o 






o 


£ 


o 






H 


tf 


< 






H 


A 


< 




N. E. 13 


26 


14 W. 5th 


6 55 


Right of way. 


S. W. 23 


28 


16 W. 5th 


3-62 


Right of way. 


N. E. 23 


26 


14 " 


14 49 


" 


S. W. 27 


28 


16 " 


14-84 


a , 


N. W. 23 .... 


26 


14 " 


012 


a 


N. W. 27 


28 


16 " 


1-70 


" 


N. E. 27 


26 


14 " 


1291 


" 


N. W. 27 


28 


16 " 


o-5r 


Stn. grounds, 


N. W. 27 


26 


14 " 


12-93 


" 










Laggan. 


S. E. 33 


26 


14 " 


941 


" 


S. W.33 


26 


14 " 


15-87 


Stn. grounds, 


S. E. 33 


26 


14 " 


9 55 


Stn. grounds, 










Castle Mt. 










Castle Mt. 


S. E. 5 


27 


14 " 


10-58 


Right of way. 


S. W. 33 


26 


14 " 


12-87 


Right of way. 


S. W. 5 


27 


14 " 


735 


" 


N. E. 23 


24 


10 '•' 


13-32 


" 


N. W. 5 


27 


14 " 


904 


" 


N. W. 23 


24 


10 " 


4 60 


" 


S. E. 7 


27 


14 " 


003 


a 


S. E. 27 


24 


10 " 


12 47 


<( 


S. W. 7 


27 


14 " 


12 14 


" 


N. E. 27 


24 


10 " 


006 


" 


N. E. 15 


27 


15 " 


8-97 


" 


N. W. 27 


24 


10 " 


12 20 


(< 


N. E. 21 


27 


15 " 


4 35 


" 


8. W. 27 


24 


10 " 


103 


" 


N. E. 21 


27 


15 " 


435 


Stn. grounds, 


W. A 33 

W. |33 


24 


10 " 


16-40 


" 










Eldon. 


24 


10 " 


30 51 


Stn. grounds, 


i S. E. £33 .. . 


28 


16 " 


23 


" 










Canmore. 


S. W. J 33.... 


28 


16 " 


13-69 


<< 


S. W. 1 5... . 
S. W. 4 5 


28 


15 " 


064 


Right of way. 


N. W. 1 33 . . . 


28 


16 " 


622 


a 


28 


15 " 


0-60 


Dev. of road. 


N. E. 31 


28 


16 " 


14 01 


it 


S. W.7 


28 


15 " 


11 45 


Right of way. 


N. W. 31 .... 


28 


16 " 


10 49 


" 


S. E. 13 


28 


16 " 


901 


" 


S. E. 1 


29 


17 " 


18-38 


" 


S. W.13 


28 


16 " 


4-36 


it 


N. E. 1 


29 


17 " 


992 


" 


N. W. 13 


28 


16 " 


14 05 




N. W. 1 


29 


17 " 


13-16 





J. HOLME. 



C. P. R. Engineer's Office, Winnipeg, March. 15, 1880. 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 15th July, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 24th ultimo, and in 
reply to inform you that the right of way plans therein referred to have been received 
in this Department. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 26th June, 1889. 

Sir, — I have the honour to ask, on behalf of the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany, that his excellency the governor general in council will, under section 99 of 
the Railway Act, consent to the company taking and appropriating for the use of its 
railway and works, the land taken by the company on the route of its railway within 
the sections enumerated in the schedule hereto attached, and of which descriptions and 
plans are forwarded herewith, in so far as they are within townships surveyed on or 
before the 21st October, 1880, and therefore vested at that date in the crown for school 
purposes under the Dominion Lands Act, 1879 ; and as to the residue of the lands 
covered by the said schedule and description, I am instructed to ask for a patent to the 
company in fee simple. It is submitted that the Dominion Lands Act, 1879 (42 Victoria, 
chapter 31, section 22), had the effect of vesting in the crown for school purposes, sec- 
tions 11 and 29 only in those townships which were then surveyed, so that under section 
10 of the contract of the 21st October, 1880, confirmed by 44 Victoria, chapter 1, the 
company is entitled to a grant in fee of the land required for its right of way, <fec, 
through Sections 11 and 29, as well as other sections in townships not surveyed at the 
time of the contract. In other words, it is submitted that the effect of the Dominion 

89 



54 Victoria. 



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A. 1891 



Lands Act, 1879, and the said contract taken together, is that, as townships were sur- 
veyed from time to time after the contract, Sections 11 and 29 became vested for school 
purposes, always subject to the statutory enactment, that so much of them as should 
be required for the right of way, &c, of the Canadian Pacific Railway, should be granted 
free of any such trust. 

As to the sections so vested in her majesty, as aforesaid, for school purposes, before 
21st October, 1880, it is assumed that it will be necessary, in giving the consent above- 
mentioned for his excellency to prescribe according to said section 99, the terms upon 
which the lands may be taken and appropriated as aforesaid, in which connection I beg 
to remind you that the time of filing the approved plans of the location of a railway 
has been, for nlany years past, fixed by statute as a date with reference to which com- 
pensation for such lands shall be ascertained, and that the plans of the route of the 
railway along which these lands are situated have been approved from time to time 
before the construction of the railway, beginning with the year 1881. 

Considering that the company will acquire the lands, which were school lands, in 
October, 1880, only for the purposes of the railway, which has been a most important 
instrument in the development of the country through which it passes, and has sub- 
stantially increased the value of all surrounding lands, school lands as well as others, 
it is respectfully submitted that the payment of merely a nominal price ought to be 
fixed as the terms upon which the use of these strips through school lands may be 
acquired as aforesaid. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 



List of School Sections through which the land for the Right of Way, &c, is applied 
for by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 



Section. 


a 


Range. 


Area 
R. of W. 


Deviation 

of 
Highway. 


Station 
Grounds 


Remarks. 


N. E. i 11 

N. W. i 11 

S. E. i 11 

N. E. £ 11 

S. W. £29 


12 
12 
13 
12 
11 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
9 

10 
10 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
14 
14 
15 
15 
16 


1 West 1st 

1 " 

4 " 

6 " 

11 " 

13 " 

14 " 

14 " 

14 " 

14 " 

18 " 

21 " ..... 

21 " 

22 " 

22 " 

22 " 

22 " 

24 " 

26 " 

26 " 

27 " 

27 " 

29 " 

29 " 

29 " 

32 " 

32 " 

33 " 

33 " 

4 West of 2.'....'.'. 


Ac 

6 
4 

*5 
4 
6 
2 
5 


6 
3 
6 
6 
4 
2 
6 
5 
3 
5 
4 

13 
5 
4 

10 

12 
7 

12 


12 

12 


res. 
55 
34 
20 
26 
11 
98 
82 
36 
13 
15 
31 
08 
08 
28 
72 
76 
78 
02 
96 
08 
75 
60 
20 
10 
50 
70 
56 
30 
30 
34 


Acres. 

"*3 : 58 

3 70 

6-40 

2-52 
3 67 
2-67 


Acres. 
2 02 

2-80 


Not School Land. 

Austin Station 


N. W. £ 29 




S. E. £ 29 

N. E. £ 29 

S. W. £29 

N. W. 29 




S. E. 29 

N. E. £ 11 

N. W. £ 11 

N. E. £11 

S. E. £ 11. . . 




S. W. |11 

N. W. £ 29 




S. W. £ 29 

N. E. £11 

N. E. £ 29 

N. E. £ 11 




N. W. £ 11 


Hargrave Station. 


S.E.I 29 


090 
630 


N. E. £29 

N. W. £ 29 

S. E. £ 29 

S. W. J 29 




S. E. £ 11 

S. W. |11 

N. E. £29 


1 



90 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



List of School Sections through which the land for the Right of Way, &c. — Continued. 



Section. 


i 

CO 

O 


Range. 


Area 
R.otW. 


Deviation 

of 
Highway. 


Station 
Grounds 


Remarks. 


N. W. i 29 


1C> 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
14 
14 
13 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
15 
15 
15 
15 


4 West 2nd . . 

5 " 

8 " 

8 " 

9 " 

9 " 

10 " 

10 " 

12 " 

12 " 

13 " 

13 " 

16 " 

19 " ........ 

19 " 

22 " 

22 " 

22 " 

25 

25 kC 

25 " 

28 " 

28 " 

28 " 

1 West 3rd. . 


Acres. 

12 34 
160 
12 40 
12 40 
12 12 
12 12 
11-94 
735 
14 10 
230 
1168 
11-68 
013 
12 54 
12 54 
12 44 
7-84 
458 
4-08 
8-26 
12 34 
1120 
12 90 
115 
590 
650 
12 25 
12-10 
8-10 
.005 
15 90 
565 
650 


Acres. 
020 


Acres. 
732 

400 
400 
100 
300 

12-20 

100 
9-68 




N. E. £29 

N. E. ill 

N. W. | 11 

X. E ill 

X. \V. 1 11 

X. E. | 11 

X. W. | 11 

N. E. i 11 


Wolseley Station. 


X. W. | 11 




S. E. | 29 

S. W. i29 

X. W. |11 




S. E. | 29 

S. W. £29 

X. E. | 11 

X. W. | 11 




S. W. ill 




S. E. | 29. . . 




X. E. | 29 

X. W. i 29. . . 




S. E. 1 11 

S. W. ill 

X. W. i 11 




X. E. i 29 

S. E. | 29 




1 " 

1 " 

2 " 

2 " 

3 " 

3 " 

5 '• 

5 " 

5 " 




S. W. |29 

X. E. { 29 




X. W. |29 




X. E. | 29 . 




S. E. |29 

X. E. | 29 

S. E. | 29 

X. W. |29 

S. W. | 29 


Chaplin Station. 




it a 




a it 


5 " 

8 " 

8 " 

8 " 

U 

13 " 

13 " 

13 " 

13 " 

13 " 

14 " 

14 " 

14 " 

16 " 

16 " 

21 " 

28 " 

28 " 

28 " 

28 " 

29 " 

4 West 4th 

4 " 

4 " 

5 " 

5 

5 " 

10 " 

10 " 

10 " 

10 " 


12 15 
0-20 

12 40 

12 60 
3 15 
250 

12 65 
950 
540 

12 90 
2-50 

10 50 
12 30 
12 20 

12 20 
1-90 
5 83 
250 

13 90 

11 00 
13 30 

12 20 
7-90 
440 
1-75 

12 35 

13 70 

13 48 
638 
0-58 

14 80 




a a 


X. E. | 11 


1-60 




S. E. | 11... 




S. W. ill 

X. W. 1 11. . . 




X.E.I 11 

X. W. |11 

X. E. | 29 

X. W. | 29 




S. W. |29 




S. E. | 29 

X. E. | 29 

X. W. | 29 




X. E. | 29 


Goose Lake Station. 


X. W. | 29 


2-97 




S. W. |11 




X.E.I 11 

S. E. |29 




S.W.I 29 

X. W. | 29 

S. E. | 29. . . 




X. E. | 11 




X. W. 1 11 

S. W. |11 

S. E. 1 11 

X". E. | 29. . 




X. W. | 29 

X. E. i 11 




X. W. 1 11 . . . 

S. E. | 29 


iLangevin station grounds. 


S.W.I 29 




do do 



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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



List of School Sections through which the land for the Right of Way, &c. — Concluded. 



Section. 



S. E. £ 11. 
N. E. £ 11. 
8. E. £ 29. 
S. W. £29. 
N. W. £ 29 
N. E. i 29. 
S. E. £ 29. . 
S. W. £ 29. 
N. W. i 29 
S. W. ill. 
S. E. £ 29. 
S. W. £ 29. 
N. W. £ 29 
S. E. £ 29. . 



S. E. 1 11. . . 

S. W. £11.. 
S. Jfl. £ 29. . 
N. E. £ 29.. 
S. W. ill.. 
S. E. £ 11. . 
N. E. £11. 

s. e. in... 

N. E. £29.. 
N. W. £ 29 . 
S. W. £ 29 . 
S. E. £ 11. . . 
N. E. £11.. 
S. E. £ 29. . . 
S. W. £29.. 
N. E. £ 11 . 
N. E. £ 29.. 



16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
18 
2(> 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 

22 
22 
22 
22 
23 
24 
24 
24 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
25 
25 
27 
27 



Range. 



West 4th 

(< 

a 
it 

<< 

(« 
(( 
c« 

(« 


(l 
<< 

<< 

<( 

(< 

West 5th!! .... 


a 
a 



Area 


R. of W. 


Acres., 


4 


26 


13 


44 


13 


78 


5 


60 


8 


44 





15 





30 


16 


59 





02 


10 


99 


12 


66 


9 


35 


3 


31 





86 


158 


32 


12 


16 


12 


07 





46 


1G 


22 


10 


84 


12 


89 


12 


62 


12 


02 


15 


33 


3 


96 


11 


39 


5 


68 


14 


24 


12 


42 


13 


32 


9 


66 





92 



Deviation 

of 
Highway. 


Station 
Grounds 


Acres. 

1-88 
443 


Acres. 

13 78 
120 

15 76 


0-82 







Remarks. 



Kininvie station. 
do 



Lathom station. 



Ballast pit. 



EAST OF 1st MERIDIAN. 



N. W. £ 11 

S. W. £11 


7 
7 
6 

6 


1 East 

1 " 

1 " 

1 " 


6- 70 
371 


5-84 
556 




Substitutional road allow- 


N. W. £ 11 


ance. 


S. W. £ 11 


do do 
do do 



WEST OF 1st MERIDIAN. 



N. W. £ 29 
N. E. £29. 
S. E. £ 29. . 
N. W. £ 29 
N. E. £29. 
S. W. £ 29 
S. E. £ 29. . 
S. E. £ 11. . 
S. W. £ 11 
N. E. £ 11 
N. W. £ 11 
N. E. £ 11 . 
N. W. £ 11 
S. W. £29. 



2 


1 Wt 


2 


1 " 


2 


1 " 


1 


1 " 


1 


1 " 


1 


1 " 


1 


1 " 


3 


2 " 


3 


2 " 


3 


6 " 


3 


6 " 


3 


7 " 


3 


7 " 


3 


8 " 






25 


6 


06 


6 


06 


3 


03 


3 


03 


3 


03 


3 


03 


6 


06 


6 


06 


1 


83 


6 


51 


6 


10 


6 


10 


023 



069 



92 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 25.) A. 1891 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 29th August, 1890. 

Sir, — deferring to your letter of the 26th June, 1889, respecting the right of way 
for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company through school sections, I have the honour, 
by direction, to inform you that the* department of justice advises that the trust imposed 
upon the government with regard to lands in Manitoba and the North-West Territories 
set apart for school purposes attached only when the survey was completed, and that 
the claim of any person who had acquired before the survey land which on the survey 
being made was found to be comprised in a school section, must be recognized by the 
Government. The position taken by the company as to the meaning of clause 10 of 
their contracts, however, is not a tenable one. The company's claim in this regard is 
that they are entitled to a free grant of the right of way through school sections which 
were vested in the Government free from the trust for school purposes, on the 21st 
October, 1 880, the date of the contract ; whereas the clause of the contract really pro- 
vided for a free grant at some future period of such of the land required for the pur- 
poses mentioned in it, as should, at that period, be vested in the Government, and the 
department of justice therefore advises that such period can only be the date of the 
final location of the railway through the sections as to which the question arises. The 
result would be that the compamy are entitled to a free grant of lands required for right 
of way, etc., on the school sections in those townships which were not surveyed until 
after the location of its road through such townships, but in all cases where the survey 
preceded the location, the company must acquire its right of way, etc., under section 
99 of the railway act. 

With respect to lands other than school lands, it seems clear that, if, before the 
final location, the Government should have disposed of lands through which the railway 
was afterwards located, the title of the assignee of the Government would be good against 
the company, and the company would have no claim against the Government in respect 
to their right of way through such land, the Government having had a right to dispose 
of any lands, free from any claim of the company, under the clause of the contract above 
referred to, up to the time when the line was finally located through such lands. 

In view of the above decision, steps will be taken immediately to obtain from the 
department of railways and canals the necessary information as to the exact dates at 
which the right of way plans of each section of the railway were approved. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 21st November, 1890. 

Sir, — With reference to my letter to you of the 29th of August last, in regard to 
the advice of the department of justice, with respect to the claim of the company to 
right of way through school sections, I beg to say that, since the date of that letter, a 
statement has been furnished by the department of railways, setting forth the dates of 
the orders in council approving the location of the several sections of the railway. 

On the receipt of this information, the dates of survey of the school sections through 
which the company desire right of way, as set forth in the list which accompanied your 
letter of the 26th of June, 1889, were carefully compared with the dates of the orders 
in council approving the location of the several sections of the railway, and two sched- 
ules have been prepared, which are now enclosed ; the one marked " A " showing those 
of the school lands mentioned in your list before referred to, which the company are 
entitled to as a free grant for right of way and station ground purposes, the location of 
the line having in each case been prior to the survey of the land, and the other marked 
" B " showing those of the lands in the said lists, which the company must acquire by 
purchase under Section 99 of the railway act, the survey of the last mentioned lands 
having been performed prior to the location of the company's lands. 

I may add, however, that in cases where there is only an interval of a toonth or 
two between the date of the order in council approving the location and the date of the 

93 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



survey, bhe original field notes of the survey have been consulted, and if they show the 
line of the railway as located, the land required for railway purposes is put in schedule 
" A. ' even though the location of the line may not have been formally approved until 
after the completion of the survey. 

hi bhe schedules enclosed, the following lands mentioned in your list are not in- 
cluded, namely : — 

1. The 5*20 acres for right of way in the south-east quarter of Section 11, Township 
13, Range 4 west of the 1st Meridian, entry for this quarter-section having been granted 
as far back as 1879, under the provisions of the act then in force having relation to 
lands settled upon in advance of survey and which on survey are found to form part of 
either Section 11 or Section 29 in any Township, and other land having been selected in 
lieu thereof for the school endowment as provided in the statute referred to. 

2. The land required for right of way and station grounds in the north half of 
Section 11, Township 17, Range 10, west of the 2nd Meridian, the whole of this Section 
having been already patented to the Canadian Pacific Railway Townsite Trustees, as 
the assignees of John Hanerty, who purchased the land at auction in 1883, it having 
been offered at that time at the request of the company. 

3. The land for right of way purposes in the north half of Section 29, Township 12, 
Range 5, west of the 4th Meridian, homestead entry having been granted for these 
lands on the grounds of occupation prior to survey, and other lands having been set 
apart in lieu thereof for the school endowment. 

With respect to the lands in schedule " B," I am to say, that a fair price will be 
placed upon these lands which will be submitted for the approval of the governor in 
council, and on this being obtained, the company will be notified and will be required to 
purchase and pay for them on the terms prescribed. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 
JOHN R. HALL, Secretary. 
Charles Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



SCHEDULE "A." 

School Sections in which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company is entitled to a free 
grant of the Right of Way, the location of the line being prior to the survey of the 
Townships. 



Section. 






■ -a 


| 
1 • 


Order 
nl ap- 
of lo- 








a, 




>» 


&% 


. A fcD 


Date 








Part. 


No. 


SB 

a 

o 


Range. 


t+ o 

< 


SI 

< 


Date of 
in Con 
provin 

cation 


of 
Survey. 


Remarks. 










Acres. 


Acres. 








N.E.J.. 


11 


10 


21 W. 1st 


608 




Sept. 7, '81 


May or June, 1882 




N.W. £. 


11 


10 


21 " 


6-08 




" 


" 




N.B.J.. 


11 


10 


22 W. 1st 


4-28 




a 


June, 1882 




S.E. £.. 


11 


10 


22 " 


2-72 




" 


<( 




S.W. J. 


11 


10 


22 " 


676 




" 


" 




N.W. £. 


29 


9 


22 W. .. 


5-78 




" 


Season, 1882.... 




N.E.i.. 


11 


11 


27 W. .. 


13-75 




" 


November, 1881 . 




N.W. J. 


11 


11 


27 W... 


560 


280 


(< 


" 


Hargrave Station 


N.E.£.. 


29 


16 


4 W. 2nc 


.. 1234 




Oct. 29, '81 


February, 1882. . 




N.W. £. 


29 


1G 


4 


.. 1234 




" 


" 




N.E. i.. 


29 


16 


5 


160 




Dec. 14, '81 


(< 




N.E.i.. 


11 


18 


12 


.. 1410 




" 


Season, 1882.... 




N.W. £. 


11 


18 


12 


2 30 




" 


" 




S.E. i.. 


29 


18 


13 


.. 1168 




" 


July, 1882 .... 




s.w. i ■ 


29 


18 


13 


.. 1168 




" 


a 




N.W. £. 


11 


18 


16 


013 




" 


October, 1882... 




S.E. £ . 


29 


17 


19 


.. 12 54 




" 


August, 1882... 




S.W. |. 


29 


17 


19 


.. 1254 




" 


" 




N.E.|.. 


11 


17 


22 


.. 1244 





" 


October, 1882... 





94 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



School Sections in which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company is entitled to a free 
grant of the Right of Way, &c. — Continued. 



Secti( 



Part. No 



Rang€ 



17 122 W. 2nd 
17 22 
16 25 
16 25 

16 25 

17 8 



17 
17 
17 
17 

17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
U 
14 
13 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
15 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
18 
20 
20 
20 



8 
9 
9 

28 

28 

28 " 
1 W. 3rd 
1 W. 3rd 

1 " 

2 " 

2 " 

3 " 
3 " 
5 " 
5 " 
5 " 
5 " 



11 " 

13 " 

13 " 

13 " 

13 " 

13 " 

14 " 
14 " 
14 " 
16 " 

16 " 
21 " 
28 " 
28 " 
28 " 

28 " 

29 " 

4 W. 4th 

4 " 

4 " 

5 " 
10 " 
10 " 
10 " 

10 " 

11 " 

11 " 

11 " 

11 " 

11 " 

11 " 

14 •' 

17 " 
17 " ' 



bo 

< 



Acres. 



12 40 
12-12 
12 12 
11-20 

12 90 
115 
5-90 

6 50 
12 25 

810 
12 10 

005 
15 90 

5-65 

650 

1215' 

020 

12 40 

12 60 

315 

250 

12-65 

950 

540 

12 90 

250 

10-50 

12-30 

12 20 

12 20 
1-90 
5 83 
250 

13-90 

11 00 

13 30 

12 20 

7 -90 
4-40 
175 

13-48 
638 
58 

14 80 
426 

13 44 
13 78 

560 
844 
15 
030 
16-59 
002 



c § 



Acres 



Sept 30, '82 



Sep. 30, "82 



400 
4-00 
1-00 
3-00 



12 20 



100 
963 



13-78 
1-20 



15 76 



-2 § bo 



Dec. 14, '81 



Date of Survey. 



October, 1882 
May, 1883... 



Season, 1881 



September, 1882, 



Sept. & Oct., 1883 
Sep. &Oct., 1883 



1883 . . 



Nov. 24 '82 



Nov.24,'82 
June26,'83 



July, 1883 

it 

June, 1883! 

May, 1883 . 

a 

June, 1883 



Remarks. 



Fie^.d notes show line of 
railway to have been lo- 
cated before survey. 



Field notes show that line 
was located before survey. 



Chaplin Station. 



July, 1883 .... 
September, 1883. 



August, 1883 



August, 1883 
July, Sept., 
August, 1883 



1883 



. . June, 1883 



August, 1883, 



Goose Lake Station. 



Langevin Station. 



Kininvie Station. 



Lathom Station. 



95 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



School Sections in which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company is entitled to a free- 
grant of the Right of Way, &c. — Concluded. 









"o 


fl 














-u 




T3Ǥi 






Section. 






be 




o-'s^-S 










Range. 


I* 


GO'S 

go 


ate of 
in Conn 
proving 
tion of 


Date of Survey. 


Remarks. 


Part. 


No. 






H 




< 


< 


P 














Acres. i* 


lores. 








S.W. £.. 


11 


21 


18 W. 5th. . . 


10 


99 .. 




June26,'83 


Angust, 1883 




S.E. |.. 

s.w. |. . 


29 


21 


19 " 


12 


66 .. 




" 


September, 1883. 




29 


21 


19 " 


9 


35 




" 


<< 




N.W. |. 


29 


21 


19 " 


3 


31 . 




" 


" 




S.E. i.. 


29 


21 


20 " 





86 . 




" 


August, 1883. . . . 




S.E. J.. 


11 


22 


22 " 


12 


16 . 




" 


" 




S.W.4.. 


11 


22 


22 " 


12 


07 .. 




" 


November, 1883. 




S.E. £.. 


29 


22 


23 " 





46 . . 




July 24, '83 


<( 




N.E. i.. 


29 


22 


23 " 


16 


22 .. 




" 


" 




S.W. 1.. 


11 


23 


24 " 


10 


84 .. 




"' 


October, 1883... 




S.E. f.. 


11 


24 


25 ■ " 


12 


89 . 




" 


" 




N.E. I.\ 


11 


24 


25 " 


12 


62 .. 




a 


Sept. & Oct., '83. 




S.E. I.. 
N.E. I.. 


11 


24 


26 " 


12 


02 .. 




" 


September, 1883- 




29 


23 


26 " 


15 


33 .. 




" 


" 




N.W. £.. 


29 


23 


26 " 


3 


96 .. 




" 


(< 




S.W. i.. 


29 


23 


26 " 


11 


39 .. 




" 


" 




S.E. \ 




11 


24 


1 W. 5th . . 


5 


68 .. 




" 


July & Aug., '83. 




N.E. ^ 




11 


24 


1 " 


14 


24 .. 




" 


" 




S.E. \ 




29 


25 


3 " 


12 


42 .. 




Aug. 23, '83 


May & June, '84. 




S.W. 




29 


25 


3 " 


13 


32 .. 




" 


" 




N.E. 




11 


27 


15 " 


9 


66 . 




Nov. 9, '83 


May & June, '84. 


Only partly surveyed. 


N.E.J.. 


29 


27 


15 " 


092 .. 












858-10 














SCE 

























School Sections in which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company must acquire their 
Right of Way by purchase, the survey of the township having preceded in each 
case the location of the Railway. 



Section. 



Part. No 



N.E. |. 
N.W. | 
N.E. |. 

S.W.|. 
N.W. I 

S.E. | 

N.E.| 

S.W.i 

N.W. 

S.E. | 

S.W.I 

N.E.I 

N.E. | 

S.E. | 

N.E.| 

N.W. 

S.E. | 

S.W.| 

S.E.| 

S.W.| 



Range. 



1W. 1st. 

1 " 

6 " 
11 " 
13 " 



10 14 



«+H 






o 


a 


-^ 


c 


rC 




OB 




s 


W."Z 






o >> 


o 5 


_= e3 


o 


2^ 


go 


< 


< 


Acres. 


Acres. 


6 


55 




4 


34 




4 


26 




6 


11 


202 


2 


98 




5 


82 







36 







13 




6 


15 




3 


31 




3 


02 




5 


96 




4 


08 




4 


20 




10 


10 




12 


50 




7 


70 




12 


56 







30 




12 


30 





Date 

of 

Survey. 



Jan. 1, 1873. . 

Novembr, 1871 
July, 1873 .... 
June & July, 1875 



O'S .! 

S be" 



Oct.&Nov.,1880 
Oct. & Dec, 1880 
Jan. 21, 1881 

June, 1881. 



August, 1881 . . 
January, 1881. 

96 



Nov. 19, '81 

Aug. 6, '81. 
June25,'81 



Aug. 6, '81 
Sept. 7, '81 



Oct. 29, '81 



Remarks. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



School Sections in which the Canadian Pacific Eailway Company must acquire their 
Eight of Way by purchase — Concluded. 



Section. 


Part. 


No. 


N.W. £. 


11 ' 


Rw.i.. 


11 


N.W. 1. 


29 


N.E. £.. 


29 


S.E. J . . 


29 


N.W. J. 


29 


N.E.i.. 

Iw.I.. 


29 


29 


S.E. £ . . 


29 


S.E. i . . 


11 


Kw.V- 


11 


N.E.f.. 


11 


N.W. J. 


11 


N.E. £.. 


11 


N.W. J. 


11 


S.W.£.. 


29 



Range. 



1 E. 
1 " 
1 W. 
1 " 
1 " 
1 " 
1 " 
1 " 

1 " 

2 " 
2 " 
6 " 

6 " 

7 " 
7 " 



1st. 

1st. 






182-54 



= 1 
SO 
<1 



Acres. 


Acres. 


670 




371 




025 




606 




606 




303 




3 03 




303 




303 




6 06 




606 




1-83 




651 




610 




610 




023 




180-52 




2-02 





Date 

of 

Survey. 



February, 1873. . 
November, 1872! 



August, 1875.. 



September, 1872, 

1872.. '.'. 

1872. 

1873 -. 

1873 

1873 



® Ohc3 

"g.9 tws 

Pi 



Remarks. 



*Note. — The date of Order in Council approving location is not given, but as the survey was made 
prior to the date of the Company's Charter, they must acquire by purchase. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 2nd December, 1890. 

Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge your favour of the 21st ultimo, accompanied 
by schedules marked " A " and " B " of lands required by this company for right of 
way, stations, &c, in school sections — these schedules having been framed on the principle 
which Mr. Burgess, in his letter to me of the 29th August, last, intimates as the one 
adopted in regard to this matter by the department of the interior under advice from 
the department of justice. 

I am instructed to say that this company, while adhering to the view expressed in 
my letter to you on this subject, dated 26th June, 1889, has decided to be governed 
by the decision of your department, and to purchase the lands in question in townships 
surveyed before the line of our railway was located in the manner mentioned by you ; but 
I am directed to remind the minister of the interior that this company contends that the 
price fixed for these lands must in justice be a low one, if not merely nominal, for the 
reason that the location of the line took place when the value of the land was trifling 
and that the time of filing the plans, <fcc, of a railway is the time in respect of which the 
value of lands taken is to be estimated ; this principle pervades the legislation authoriz- 
ing the expropriation of land for railway purposes — and it is also the fact that the con- 
struction and operation of this company's railway have been largely instrumental in 
giving to all these school lands whatever value they may have. 

• I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Topographical Survey of Canada, Ottawa, 4th February, 1891. 
Sir, — Considerable difficulty having arisen from time to time in describing portions 
of dominion lands taken for railway rights of way, owing to the surveys and descriptions 
25—7 97 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



being made by persons not duly qualified, and the information thereby furnished being 
insufficient, I have the honour, by direction of the minister of the interior, to notify you 
that in future all plans and descriptions of right of way surveys must be duly certified 
by dominion land surveyors. 

Such plans must be on a scale not less than 1 inch to 20 chains, and must show the 
distances from section corners of the points where the boundaries of the right of way 
cross the several section lines, and the area of the right of way included within each 
quarter section, as well as the lengths and radii of the several curves, and all other infor- 
mation which is necessary to make the plan complete. 

The description must be by metes and bounds and in such form and sufficiently 
complete that it may be used in a conveyance of the land. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

W. F. KING. 
Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



School Lands on which the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. are required to purchase their 

Right of Way. 



Section. 


Township. 


Range. 


Meridian. 


Area 

of 

Right of 

Way. 


Area 

of 

Station 

Grounds. 


Mr. 

Superintendent 


Part. 


No. 


Pearce's 
Valuation 
per acre. 


N. E 


11 
11 
11 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
11 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
11 
11 


12 
12 
12 
11 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 
10 
10 
12 
12 
12 
14 
14 
15 
15 


i 

1 
6 
11 
13 
14 
14 
14 
14 
18 
24 
26 
26 
29 
29 
29 
32 
32 
33 
33 


West 

" 


6 55 




$ cts. 
5 00 


N. W 


4 
4 
6 
2 
5 


6 
3 
3 
5 
4 
4 

10 

12 

7 

12 

b 

12 


34 

26 
11 
98 
82 
36 
13 
15 
31 
02 
96 
08 
20 
10 
50 
70 
56 
30 
30 




5 00 


N. E 


" 2-02 


20 00 


S. W 

N. W 


4 00 

5 00 


S. E.. . 


5 00 


N. E . . . 


5 00 


S. W 




5 00 


N. W.. 




5 00 


S. E 




7 00 


S. W... 


2 50 


N. E 

N. E. . 




2 50 
4 00 


S. E 




4 00 


N. E 




4 00 


N. W .. 


4 00 


S. E.... 




3 00 


S. W 

S. E 




3 00 
3 00 


s. w.. 


3 00 













EAST OF FIRST MERIDIAN. 



N. W. 4 

S. W 


11 
11 


7 
7 


1 

1 


East 


6'70 1 

3 71 


5 00 
5 00 









WEST OF FIRST MERIDIAN. 



S. W. 4 


29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
11 
11 


2 

2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 


West 



6 
6 
3 
3 
3 
3 
6 
6 


25 
06 
06 
03 
03 
03 
03 
06 
06 




7 00 


N E. 


7 00 


N E 




7 00 


N. E. . 


7 00 


N. W 




7 00 


S. E. . 


7 00 


s. w 

S. E 

S. W 




7 00 
6 00 
6 00 



98 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 25.) 



A. 1891 



School Lands on which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company are required to purchase 

their Right of Wa*y — Concluded. 



Section . 



Part. 



N. E. 
N. W 
N. E. 
N. W 
S. W. 



Township, j Range. 



No. 



Total area . 



Meridian. 



West . 



Area 

of 

Right of 

Way. 


Area 

of 
Station 
Grounds. 


183 
651 
610 
610 
•23 












180-52 
202 


202 


182 54 



Mr. Supt. 
Pearce's Valua- 
tion per acre. 



6 00 

6 00 

7 00 
7 00 
7 00 






Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council, approved 
by His Excellency the Governor General in Council on the 7th February, 1891. 



On a report dated 2nd of February, 1891, from the Minister of the Interior stating 
as' follows with reference to the land required in school sections in Manitoba and the 
North-West Territories by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for right of way and 
station ground purposes. 

That upon reference to the department of justice of the question as to the manner 
in which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company can acquire their right of way, &c, in 
these sections, the deputy minister of justice advised under date of the 24th of July, 
1890, that the company are entitled to a free grant of lands required for right of way, 
&c, through school sections in those Townships which were not surveyed until after the 
location of the railway through such townships, but that in all cases where the survey 
preceded the location of the railway, the company must acquire the right of way, &c, 
under section 99 of "The Railway Act," that is to say, on terms to be fixed by the Gov- 
ernor in council. 

Upon receipt of this advice the list of right of way and station ground areas filed 
by the company in the department of the interior was carefully compared with the 
dates of the orders in council approving the location plans of the several sections of the 
railway and with the dates of the surveys of the townships affected, and two schedules 
were prepared, the one showing the areas of school lands to which the company are 
entitled as a free grant under the ruling of the department of justice referred to, the 
location of the line having in each case preceded the survey of the township, and the 
other showing the parcels which the company must acquire by purchase, the survey 
having been made prior to the location of the line, copies of which schedules were fur- 
nished to the company. 

That, subsequently, under instructions from the department of the interior, the 
commissioner of dominion lands had a valuation made of the lands which the company 
are required to purchase, as shown by the schedule hereto annexed, the prices according 
to this valuation ranging from $20 to $2.50 per acre, the basis of the valuation being 
the prices realized in 1881 from sales in the vicinity of the lands now in question. A 
separate valuation has been furnished by the land commissioner of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway, which is somewhat but not very much lower than that made by Mr. Pearce, 
and the minister is of the opinion that the valuation made by Mr. Pearce is fair and 
reasonable and should be adopted. 

The minister states that the area of the lands comprised in the schedule hereto is 
182.54 acres, which at the prices placed thereon would represent the sum of $950.34, or 
an average price of $5.20 per acre. 

25— 7i 99 






54 Victoria. 



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A. 1891 



The minimum upset price heretofore placed on school lands in Manitoba and the 
North-West when put up at auction has been $5 per acre, and the average price realized 
from the sales of these lands in Manitoba has been so far $7.30 per acre. 

The minister therefore submits that in selling these lands to the company at the 
average of the prices mentioned in the annexed schedule, that is to say, at $5.20 per 
acre, the government, while protecting the interests of the school endowment, would be 
dealing fairly with the company, and he therefore recommends that the lands described 
in the schedule hereto annexed, comprising 182.54 acres, more or less, be sold to the 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company for right of way and station grounds at the rate of 
$5.20 per acre, cash. 

The committee submit the above recommendation for your excellency's approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council 
The Honourable the Minister of the Interior. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith a copy of an order in council dated the 7th 
instant relating to the right of way and station grounds of the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way over school lands in Manitoba and the North- West Territories. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 






Copies of Correspondence, &c, between the Department of the Interior and the Company 
resptecting the disposition of certain odd numbered sections. 

Land Department, Canadian Pacific Railway, 

Winnipeg, Man., 12th February, 1890. 
Sir, — While the land commissioner was at Ottawa some time ago, he found, from an 
examination of the books of the department of the interior, that certain of the odd 
sections within the railway belt which appeared from our books to have been disposed of 
by the Government to be vacant and apparently at the disposal of the company. We 
forwarded lists of these lands to the different land agents and I now enclose copies of 
their reports as to the position of these lands on their books. Will you please hare the 
lists examined and let me know if the lands are now at our disposal according to your 
records ? You will notice that some of them are reported as Canadian Pacific Railway 
lands whilst others are simply marked vacant. What I wish to know is whether or not 
we are at liberty to deal with all lands shown as vacant as well as those which are marked 
as Canadian Pacific Railway lands. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

FRED T. GRIFFIN, for the Land Commissioner. 
H. H. Smith, Esq., Commissioner of Dominion Lands, Winnipeg. 

List of odd-numbered Sections in the Belt of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
not taken over by them, but which they now seek to acquire. 



Section. 



N. E. i 5 

W. 131 

All 1 

E. A of N. E. £21. 
N. JofS. E. I 21. 
W. \ 21 









.5" 




a 


A 




o3 


CO 






a 


be 


,s 


o 

H 







3 


9 


West 1st. . 


4 


11 


« 


6 


12 


" 


7 


12 


«« 


7 


12 


" 


3 


2 


East 1st . . 



Remarks. 



Reported vacant by local agent. Cancelled pre-emp- 
tion of Geo. Wrightman. 

Reported vacant by local agent. 

Reported "sold 30th November, 1880," by agent. 

Reported vacant by local agent, 
do do 

Reported river belt by agent. 

100 



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A. 1891 



List of odd-numbered Sections in the Belt of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
not taken over by them, etc. — Concluded. 





^ 








Section . 




bo 


.2 


Remarks. 








3 




S. E. i33 


1 15 


2 


East 1st . , 


Reported vacant by agent. 


W. A of S. W. £ 33 


15 


2 " .. 


do do 


S. E. £19 


14 


1 


Reported patented by agent. 
Reported vacant by agent. 


Frac. N. E. 17 


14 


5 


West 1st.. 


Erac. W i 21 


14 





" 


do do 


N. £ 15 


11 


6 


<< 


Reported Half-breed reserve by agent. 
Reported river belt by agent. 


All 9 


11 


7 


" 


All 17 


11 


t 


a 


do do 


All 21 


14 


8 


" 


Reported vacant by agent, 
do do 


M. W. £31 


13 


6 


(< 










C. 0. file shows one C. J. Green originally held W. | 










Section, which, however, proved valueless owing to 










over-flow of Lake. Green was allowed option of 










purchasing S. W. £, but N. W. £ was never dis- 
posed of. 

Agent reports Half-breed reserve. 

Reported vacant by agent. 


If. i of N. E. £ 1 


9 


7 


« 


S. W. £ 9 . . 


15 


9 


n 


N. W. £15 


15 


9 


" 


do do 


S. E. £21 


15 


9 




Agent reports Abraham Lacky (homestead), 19th 
June, 1879 ; recommended for patent, 8th Febru- 
ary, 1887. 


N. E. £ 31 

N.E. £7 


15 


9 


" 


Reported vacant by agent. 


13 


10 


" 


do do 


S. W. £15 


14 


10 


" 


do do 


N. * 9 


15 


11 


" 


do do 


S. E. £ 17 


15 


11 


a 


do do 


E. h 19 


15 


11 


'•<■ 


do do 


All 21 


15 


11 


" 


do do 


S. E. £ 25 


13 


12 


a 


Agent reports John E. Powell (homestead), 5th April, 
1879 ; recommended for patent, 25th August, 1889. 










N. E. £ 1 


14 


12 


(t 


Agent reports Malcolm McLeod, 1st October, 1878 
(homestead). 


W. iof S. W. £9 


14 


12 


" 


Agent reports vacant. 


S. W. £ 3 


15 


12 


a 


do 


X. W. £ 5 


15 


12 


M 


do 


S. W. £13 


14 


13 


" 


Agent reports John Stewart, sen., 18th July, 1884 
(homestead). 


S. E. £33 


14 


13 


" 


Agent reports vacant. 


A115 


15 


13 


" 


Agent reports S. E. £ homestead ; S. W. £ pre-emption, 
John J. Wallace, 7th December, 1878 ; N. \ vacant. 










||35 


15 


13 


" 


Reported vacant by agent. 


All 3 


15 


14 


" 


do do 


All 7 


15 


14 




do do 
C. 0. records ^how N. E. £ to contain timber and wood 
and hav, and the W. \ to be the cancelled entries 
of Mrs/M. Bartlett. 


S. W.J 25 


14 


15. 


" 


Reported vacant by agent. 


E. J3 


15 


15 


(( 


do do 


K. 1 1 

N. W. £&S. il 


15 


15 


a 


do do 


15 


16 


tt 


do do 


S.£5 


15 


16 


" 


do do 


S. E. 7 


15 


16 


" 


do do 


WA13 


15 


16 


" 


do do 


N. 1 & S. W. £ 15. 


15 


16 


a 


do do 


All 17 


15 


16 


"■ 


do do 


All 3 


15 


17 


" 


do do 


S. E. £5 .s 


15 


17 


(C 


do do Apparently cancelled home- 
stead of J. G. Russell. 










N. W. £ 21 


14 


22 


a 


Agent reports belongs to Great N . W. C. Railway. 


W h 21 


9 


9 


" 


Reported vacant by agent. 


N. £&S. W. £23 


9 


9 


" 


do do 


S£33 


9 


9 


a 


do do 


N.E. £25 


8 


10 


" 


do do 


N. E. £ 3 


11 


11 


(< 


Agent reports pre-emption of Reuben Pangman, 29th 
July, 1878. 










S. £ 35 


11 


14 


(< 


Reported vacant by agent. 



101 



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A. 1891 



Department of the Interior, Winnipeg, Man., 27th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith copy of a letter from the land commissioner 
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, dated 12th instant, in reference to certain 
sections situated within the belt of that company which it was supposed had been dis- 
posed of by the department, but which, it now appears, are, some of them, still vacant 
and available for selection for the purposes of the land grant. The lands to which Mr. 
Griffin refers as marked " C. P. R." by the agents, are, it is assumed, at the disposal of 
his company, but the rest of them, which are marked " vacant " or in regard to which 
we have no information in our records, I have thought it well to have included in the 1 
accompanying schedule in order that you might have it compared with the books at the 
head office. Should your records show that these lands are available for selection by 
the railway company, will you please advise me of the fact at your earliest convenience. 
I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

T. R. BURPE, Secretary. 
The Secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 17th April, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to inform you that the commissioner of dominion lands has forwarded 
here a copy of the list which was furnished him from your office of certain odd-numbered 
sections which appeared from the company's books to have been disposed of by the 
Government, but which you are now led to believe are apparently at the disposal of the 
company. The commissioner requested that this list be compared with the books of this 
department and that you be advised, after this examination had been made, what lands 
were really available for selection by the company for the purposes of their land grant. 
This examination has been made and the list in question compared with the records of 
the department, and I beg to inform you that the lands enumerated in the enclosed 
schedule are those which are found to be available for selection by the company. 

Please advise this department whether you desire letters patent therefor to be 
issued. The several agents of Dominion lands in whose respective districts these lands 
are situated have been advised that they are to be reserved for the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company for the purposes of their land grant. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Commissioner, C. P. R., Winnipeg, Man. 

List of Lands in the Winnipeg District to be ^Reserved for the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company for the purposes of its Land Grant. 



Section. 



W. iof 31 

E. hoi N.E. £of 21. 
N. iof S.E. iof 21 . 

S.Ef. iof33 

W. iof S.W. | of 33 
Part N.E. J of 17.... 
Part W. iof 21.. . . 

Whole of 21 

N.W. iof 31 



Township. 



Range. 



Meridian. 



West 1st. 

do 

do 
East 1st. 

do 
West 1st. 

do 

do 

do 






102 






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A. 1891 



List of Lands in the Little Saskatchewan District to be Reserved for the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company for the purposes of its Land Grant. 



Section. 



S.W. a of 9. 
N.W. J of 15 
N.E. iof31.. 

N.E. J of 7 .. 
S.W. Jof 15. 
N. iof 9 .... 
S.E". i-of 17.. 

E. a of 19 

All 21 

N.E. J of 1... 
W. i of S.W. 
S.W. J of 3 .. 
N.W. J of 5 
S.E. J of 33 
S.W. J of 25. 
S. hoi 5 



Township, i Range. 



J of 9. 



Meridian. 



West 1st. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



List of Lands in the Souris District to be Reserved for the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company for the purposes of its Land Grant. 



Section. 


Township. 


Range. 


Meridian. 


W. iof 21 

N. f and S.W. J of 23 

S. iof 33 

N.E. Jof 25 

N.E. Jof 3 


9 
9 
9 
8 
11 
11 


9 

9 

9 

10 

11 

14 


West 1st. 
do 
do 
do 
do 




S. hoi 35 





List of Odd Numbered Sections applied for by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 



Section. 


m 
O 

H 


CD 

be 

a 




Remarks. 


N.E. J 5 

W. i31 


3 
4 
6 
7 
7 
3 

15 
15 
14 
14 
14 
11 
11 
11 
14 
13 
9 
15 
15 


9 

.11 

12 

12 
12 

2 
2 
2 
1 
5 
5 
6 
7 
7 
8 
6 
7 
9 
9 


West 1st. . 
<< 

n 
East Int 


Vacant ; cancelled pre-emption of Geo. Wrightman. 


Alll 

E. \ of N.E. i21 

N. 1 of S. E. | 21 

W."i21 


Sale, 30th November, 1880. 
Vacant , 

Parish of St. Agathe. 

Vacant ; cancelled homestead of A. Gillespie. 

Vacant. 

Patented ; homestead P. Harper, 19th April, 1883. 

Vacant. 

Parish of High Bluff. 
Parish of Portage La Prairie. 

Vacant. 

Vacant ; cancelled pre-emption of C. J. Green. 

Half-breed reserve. 

Vacant. 


S. E.J 33 

W. iof S. W. 133. .. . 

S. E. i 19 

Frac. N. E. \ 17 

Frac. W. 121 

N. 115 

All 9 


< 
West 

< 


1st'. ! 


All 17 

All 21 

N. W.J 31 

N. lofN. E. \1 

S. W. J 9 


N.W. J 15 





103 



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A. 1891 



List of Odd-Numbered Sections applied for by the C. P. R. Company — Concluded. 



Section . 


p 

O 

H 


02 

be 

a 

eg 
K 


d 


Remarks. 


S. E. £21 


15 
15 
13 
11 
15 

15 
15 
15 
13 
14 
14 
15 
15 
14 
14 
15 

15 
15 
15 

14 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 

14 

9 

9 
9 

8 
11 
11 


9 

9 

10 

10 

11 

11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 

13 
14 
14 

15 
15 
15 

16 
16 
16 
16 

16 
16 
17 
17 

22 

9 

9 
9 

10 
11 
14 


West 1st. . 


Homestead, A. Lacky, patented 4th May, 1887. 
Vacant. 

Vacant ; cancelled homestead, J. Irvine. 

Vacant ; cancelled homestead, T. Co. & pre-emption, J. 

Madill. 
Vacant. 

Vacant ; S. E. £, cancelled pre-emption, R. McLeod. 
Vacant. 

Patented 23rd September, 1882, John E. Powell. 
Vacant ; cancelled homestead M. McLeod. 
Vacant. 
Vacant ; cancelled homestead Thos. Mills. 


Is". E. £31 

N. E. £7 

S. W. £15 

N. £9 

S.E.£17 

E. £19 

All" 21 

S. E. £25 


N. E. £of 1 

W. £ofS. W. £of9 

S. W. £3 


N. W. 1 of 5 




S. W. £ofl3 


Homestead John Stewart, sr., 27th December, 1881. 


S. E. £of 33 




All of 5 

E. 135 

All 3 . . . 

All 7 

S. W. £25 


Vacant ; S. i cancelled homestead and pre-emption of 
John J. "Wallace, within M. & N. W. P. Co. land 
grant. 

Vacant ; M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant 

Vacant; M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant cancelled, 
homestead and pre-emption of M. Bartlett. 

Vacant ; cancelled pre-emption W. Brydon. 

Vacant ; M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant. 

Vacant ; N. E. £ patented, M. & N. W. R. Co., N. W. £, 
M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant. 

Vacant ; M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant. 

Vacant. 

Vacant; M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant. 

Vacant ; S. W. £, cancelled homestead, A. W. Pelch, 
M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant. 

Vacant ; M. & N. W. R. Co.'s land grant. 


E.£3 

N. £1 

N. W. £ & S. \ of 1 

S.£5 

S. E. £7 

W. il3 


N. £&S. W. £15 

All 17 


All 3 

S. E. £ 5 


Vacant ; cancelled homestead of J. G. Russell, M. &. N. 


N. W. £21 

W. £ 21 

N. £&S. W. £23 

S. \ 33 


W. R. Co. 's land grant. 
Vacant ; cancelled homestead of E. Hunton, G. N. W. 

C. R. land grant. 
Vacant ; cancelled homestead and pre-emption, J. 

Wolver. 
Vacant. 
Vacant ; cancelled homestead and pre-emption, C. 

Williams. 
Vacant. 

Vacant ; cancelled pre-emption, R. Pangman. 
Vacant ; cancelled sale, W. Steens, jr. 


N. E. £25 

N. E.£3 

S. £35 



104 



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A. 1891 



List of Lands available for selection by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for the 

purposes of its land grant. 



Section. 


& 

O 






Section. 


'Js 

a 

o 


be 


d 

fa 


W. 4 31 


4 

7 
7 
15 
15 
14 
14 
14 
13 
15 
15 
15 
13 
14 
15 
15 


11 

12 
12 
2 
2 
5 
5 
8 
6 
9 
9 
9 

10 
10 
11 
11 


West 1st. .1 

East 1st. 
West 1st. . i 

u 
(< 

i I 


E. 419 

Alf21 

N. E. £ 1 

W. 4 of S. W. £9 

S. W. £3 

N. W. £5 

S. E. £ 33 

S. W. £ 25 

S. 4 5 

W. i 21 

N. i&S. W. £23 

S. 4 33 

N. E. £25 

N. E. £ 3 

S. 4 35 


15 

15 

14 

14 

15 

15 

14 

14 

15 

9 

9 

9 

8 

11 

11 


n 
n 

12 

12 

12 

12 

13 

15 

16 

9 

9 

9 

10 

11 

14 


West 1st. 


E. 4"of N. E. £ 21 




N. \ of S. E. £ 21 

S. E. £33 

W. £of S. W. £33 

Frac. N. E. £ 17 


« 


Frac. W. 4 21 


(< 


All 21 


<< 


N. W. £ 31 


« 


S. W. £ 9 


tt 


N. W. £15 

N. E. £31 

N. E. £7 


« 


S.W. £15 

N. 49 

S. E. £ 17 


" 



Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 20th June, 1890. 
Sir, — I am directed to inform you that the south half of the north-east quarter of 
Section 21, Township 7, Range 12, west of the 1st Meridian, should not have been in- 
cluded in the list which accompanied my letter to you of the 17th of April last, refer- 
ence 229074. The east half of this quarter-section is the part thereof which is vacant, 
according to the book here, and, before it can be included with the lands enumerated 
in the list in question, satisfactory reports must be received here from the commissioner 
of dominion lands, and from the local agent. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Commissioner, Winnipeg, Man. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 11th August, 1890. 
Sir, — In further reference to my letter to you of the 20th June last, I am directed 
to say that it having been reported by the commissioner of dominion lands and by the 
agent of dominion lands at Winnipeg, that the east half of the north-east quarter of 
Section 21, Township 7, Range 12, west of the 1st Meridian, is vacant and available, you 
may now correct the list sent you on the the 17th April last, so as to read E. J of N.E. 
\ of Section 21-7-12, W. 1st Meridian, instead of the S. J of N.E. \ of that Section. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Commissioner, Winnipeg, Man. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th October, 1890. 
Sir, — With reference to the departmental letter of the 17th April last, enclosing a 
list of lands which were stated to be available for the purposes of being granted to the 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company, I beg to inform you that the commissioner of 
dominion lands reports with reference to the south half of Section 5, Township 15, 
Range 16, west of the 1st Meridian, mentioned therein, that the south-east quarter of this 
section is available for this purpose, but that the south-west quarter has been disposed 
of, and I have therefore to request you to select another quarter-section in lieu thereof. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., Land Commissioner, Winnipeg, Man. 

105 



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Copies of Correspondence, dbc, between the Department of the Interior and the Company,. 
Respecting the Extension of the Souris Branch of the Canadian Pacific Raihvay. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 5th February, 1890. 

Sir, — I beg to inform you that the secretary of the department of railways and 
canals has furnished this department with a copy of the plan and profile of that 
portion of the proposed branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway from Kemnay, near 
Brandon, to Melita, known as the Souris Branch, but as this office has not yet been 
supplied with a statement of the area required for the right of way of this branch, and 
as we are also without a description of the land required for the purpose, I am to 
request that you will be good enough to furnish the information at your earliest 
convenience. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

SOUklS BRANCH LAND GRANTS. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 13th December, 1890. 

Sir, — As you are aware, orders in council were passed last year granting a subsidy 
of 6,400 acres a mile to the Souris branch of this company's railway now under con- 
struction as follows : — 

Kemnay to Melita and thence westerly a total distance of 100 miles. 

Glenboro' extension. 

Deloraine extension. 

Of the first named, there will be completed at 31st December, instant, 72 miles, and 
of the Glenboro' extension, 27 and T % miles. 

It has not been possible to complete the whole of these lines within the time fixed 
by the order in council, 31st instant, and as such orders provide that so much of the 
land grant as has not been earned at that date shall lapse, I have the honour by direc- 
tion of the Board to request that an extension of time for the completion of the said 
line, say to the end of next year, may be granted. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
John R. Hall, Esq., Secretary Department of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 12th January, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction, to inform you that by order in council, dated 
the 31st ultimo, the time for the completion of the line of railway described in the order 
in council of the 18th May, 1889, relating to the Souris branch, has been extended to 
the 1st November next. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council, ap- 
proved by His Excellency the Governor General in Council on the 31st December, 
1890. 

On a report dated 26th December, 1890, from the minister of the interior, stating 
that by order-in-council of the 18th May, 1889, granting to the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company, subject to the approval of Parliament, and subsequently confirmed by the 
Act 53 Vic, cap. 4, a land subsidy to aid the construction of a railway from a point at or 
near Brandon to a point in Township 3, Range 27, West of the 1st Principal Meridian 
(now known as Melita), and also for a railway from Melita eastward to Deloraine, a total 

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distance of about 125 miles, it was provided that the work of construction should be 
commenced during the season of 1890, and that the company should complete and 
adequately equip, to the satisfaction of the government, and have running, the 125 
miles of railway above described on or before the 31st December, 1890. 

The minister further states that the company now reports that there will be con- 
structed at the end of this month 72 miles of these lines, and they ask that the time for 
the completion of the remainder be extended to the end of next year. 

The minister, while regretting that the company were unable to build the full dis- 
tance of 125 miles during the past season, is still of the opinion that to refuse the 
present application would not be in the best interest of the district to be served by these 
branch lines of railway, and he therefore recommends that the time for the completion 
by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company of the branch lines described in the said 
order in council of the 18th May, 1889, be extended to the 1st of November, 1891. 

The committee submit the above recommendation for Your Excellency's approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council 
The Hon. the Minister of the Interior. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 13th January, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to send you herewith, for the Commissioner's information, a 
copy of an Order in Council dated the 31st ultimo, . relating to the extension of time for 
the completion of the Souris Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway, to the 1st of 
November next. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
The Secretary Dominion Lands Board, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 3rd February, 1891. 
Hon. Edgar DewDney, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to apply, on behalf cf the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, for a land subsidy in aid of the construction of an extension of its Souris 
Branch commencing at a point in Township 3, Range 31, west of the Principal Meridian, 
thence westerly to the coal fields, a distance of about 60 miles, this point in Range 31 
being the westerly terminus of that portion of the said Souris Branch already subsidized 
under an order in council dated the 18th May, 1889, such subsidy to be at the rate of 
6,400 acres per mile and on the same terms as those mentioned in the said Order in 
Council. 

The settlers in south-western Manitoba and south-eastern Assiniboia, feel seriously 
the want of railway facilities, and unless such facilities are soon provided, most of these 
settlers must go elsewhere. The proposed extension will not only afford the required 
facilities, but will make available an abundant supply of cheap coal for the entire pro- 
vince of Manitoba. 

Without such a subsidy, this company could not make the financial arrangements 
necessary to the early prosecution of the said works, but w T ith it the company expects to 
complete them in the coming spring, and thereupon to commence the construction of the 
said extension, and to complete it, so as to be ready for operation within a year from this 
date. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

W. C. VAN HORN, President of the C. P. R. Co., 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith a copy of an order in council dated the 7 th 
instant, providing for a land grant for an extension of the Souris branch to the coal 
fields. 

I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Sec. C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council, approved 
by //is Excellency the Governor General in Council od the 7th February, 1891. 

On a report dated 4th February, 1891, from the minister of the interior, stating 
that by order in council of the 18th May, 1889, provision was made for a land grant in 
aid of the construction of the Souris branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway from a 
point on the main line at or near Brandon, south-westerly to or near Township 3, Range 
27, west of the 1st Meridian ; thence westerly a total distance of 100 miles, and for a 
like grant for a branch from the line above described, commencing at a point at or near 
Township 3, Range 27, west of the 1st Meridian, easterly a distance of 25 miles, being 
125 miles in all, and involving a land grant of 800,000 acres. 

On the 14th June following, provision was made for a grant of similar extent to the 
Canadian Pacific Railway for a proposed branch line from a point on the line herein- 
before described easterly to Glenboro', one of the termini of the Manitoba and South- 
Western Railway, a distance of about 60 miles, involving a land grant of 384,000 acres. 
Both orders in council provided that the lands to be set apart for the purposes of the 
grant should be fairly fit for settlement, and that they should consist of such tract or 
sections at the disposal of the government as should subsequently be agreed upon by the 
minister of the interior and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, subject to the 
approval of the governor in council. 

The minister further states that the company have applied for the designation of 
the territory within which this total area of 1,184,000 acres shall be selected, and also 
for the designation of the territory within which the 384,000 acres applicable to the 
extension of 60 miles necessary to connect this branch with the coal fields shall be 
located. 

The minister observes that the agreement between the government and the Can- 
adian Pacific Railway Company, dated the 7th January, 1891, having reference to the 
selection of the balance of the company's land grant appertaining to the main line, 
which may be due to the company after all lands fairly fit for settlement in the 48-mile 
belt and the territory in Southern Manitoba set apart for the company have been 
exhausted, also provides for the reservation of about 1,000,000 acres of land contained 
in a belt 24 miles wide extending from a point near Saskatoon through Battleford 
north-westerly to the 4th Meridian. If two strips of 12 miles each extending along 
this belt, one on each side, were similarly reserved, they would furnish also approxi- 
mately about 1,000,000 acres, and it would be convenient for the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company to administer them, inasmuch as the combined belts would only extend 
24 miles on each side of the line of railway. The balance could probably be found 
within the triangular tract, bounded on the north and east by the combined belts just 
described, on the south by the line between Townships 34 and 35, from its intersection 
by the south-westerly limit of the combined belts described, to the 4th Meridian, and 
on the west by the said 4th Meridian, containing an area of about 900,000 acres in 
odd-numbered sections. The whole tract thus provided for is contiguous to the pro- 
jected branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway, from the navigable waters of the North 
Saskatchewan to the 4th Meridian, and also contiguous to the tract by the agreement 
of the 7th January last set apart for the purposes of the land grant of the main line of 
the Canadian Pacific Railway. 

The belt of 24 miles wide provided for by the agreement of the 7th January last, 
is shown approximately in red; the strips of 12 miles on either side of that belt are 
shown in blue, and the triangular tract proposed to be reserved, in yellow, upon the map 
hereto attached. 

The minister recommends that the lands hereinbefore described, and coloured blue 
and yellow respectively upon the map herewith, containing about 1,900,000 acres, be 
reserved for the purposes of selecting thereout the area of about 1,568,000 acres neces- 
sary to make up to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company the land grant applicable to 
the Souris branch as described in the orders in council of the 18th May and 14th June, 
1889, and the extension of the said branch to the coal fields near La Roche Percee. 

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The committee, concurring in the above recommendation, submit the same for your 
Excellency's approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council. 
The Hon. the Minister of the Interior. 

Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council approved 
by His Excellency the Governor General in Council on the 7th February ', 1891. 

On a report dated 3rd of February, 1891, from the minister of the interior, stating 
that he has received a communication from the president of the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company, in which he has expressed his willingness to extend the Souris branch of 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company from the point in Township 3, Range 31, west 
of the 1st Meridian, named in the order in council of 18th May, 1889, and the amended 
order of the 31st December 1890, to a point near La Roche Percee, which is situated in 
Township 1, Range 6, west of the 2nd Meridian where lignite coal of good quality is 
being mined at the present time, and in extensive use by the farmers of that locality, 
psovided the government will give the company the usual land grant at the rate of 
6,400 acres per mile. 

The minister is very strongly impressed with the desirability of making provision 
for the construction of this extension at the earliest possible moment as it will put the 
city of Winnipeg and in fact the whole of the settled portions of the province of Manitoba 
in direct communication with an available and valuable supply of fuel within reasonable 
distance and at comparatively reasonable cost. The nearest coal mines available to the 
people of the province at this date (and the minister of the interior is informed that for 
the present they are not being operated) are the lignite deposits in the neighbourhood of 
Medicine Hat, which are not superior in quality to those which are being operated and 
developed near La Roche Percee, and which are 400 miles further from the business 
centres of Manitoba. 

This extension will give railway facilities to one of the best wheat producing sections 
of the North- AVest Territories, within which there is already a very considerable popula- 
tion, which will be greatly increased as soon as facilities are furnished for the export of 
their agricultural products. 

The minister, for the reasons mentioned, submits the proposition of the president 
of the* Canadian Pacific Railway Company, and recommends that, subject to the approval 
of parliament, a free grant be made to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company at the 
rate of 6,400 acres per mile for the extension westward of the branch line authorized by 
order in council of the 18th May, 1889, to or near La Roche Percee, situated in Town- 
ship 1, Range 6, west of the 2nd Meridian, a distance of about 60 miles, the said grant 
to be, however, subject to the following terms and conditions : — 

1. That the lands to be set apart for the purpose of the grant in aid of the proposed 
line of railway shall be lands fairly fit for settlement, and that they shall consist of such 
tract or section at the disposal of the government as shall hereafter be agreed upon by 
the minister of the interior and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, subject, how- 
ever, to the approval of the governor in council. 

2. That the said company shall reimburse the government the cost of the survey 
of the land and other incidental expenses, the same being fixed at 10 cents per acre. 

3. That the location, mileage, gauge and grades of the railway be submitted to and 
approved by the minister of railways. 

4. That the work of construction shall be commenced during the present season, 
and that the company shall complete and adequately equip to the satisfaction of the 
government, and have running, the 60 miles before described, on or before the 31st day 
of December, 1891. 

5. That the grant shall be conveyed to the company on the completion, to the 
satisfaction of the government, of each section of 20 miles. 

6. That each bona fide settler found on the land granted to the company at the 
time such grant is earned, the minister being the judge in the event of any dispute as 

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to his bona fides, shall have the right to retain the land occupied by him to the extent 
of not exceeding 320 acres on paying the company therefor at a rate not exceeding in 
any case $2.50 per acre, payable one-fourth in cash, and one-fourth in each of the three 
succeeding years, with interest on the unpaid balance at a rate not exceeding 6 per cent, 
per annum. 

The committee submit the above recommendation for your excellency's approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council. 
The Honourable the Minister of the Interior. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th February, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to enclose herewith a copy of an order in council, dated the 
7th instant, reserving certain lands therein mentioned, out of which the Canadian 
Pacific Railway Company may select the lands applicable to the Souris Branch. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drink water, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 10th March, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to enclose for your information four diagram maps, on which 
has been laid down in pink the northern limit of the 12-mile belt of the Canadian Pacific 
branch line to Battleford, as denned by the deputy minister of this department, in con- 
junction with Mr. L. A. Hamilton, land commissioner of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 
in accordance with the order in council of 7th February, 1891. 
I am, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



Copies of Correspondence between the Department of the Interior and the Company re- 
specting the proposed extension of their Selkirk Branch. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 23rd March, 1891. 
Dear Mr. Burgess, — On the 18th instant, I forwarded to the department of rail- 
ways, plan, profile and book of reference of a proposed extension of our Selkirk branch 
to Lake Dauphin. Will you kindly apply to them for a copy of the plan 1 In the mean- 
time I send you herewith a map on which the proposed extension is approximately 
shown. In order to secure our right of way, perhaps you will make a reserve on each 
side of the line as shown on the map, as was done in the case of the Manitoba South- 
western extensions. Kindly let me know. 

Yours truly, 

C. DRINJTWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 28th March, 1891. 
Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 23rd instant, 
asking for right of way for the proposed extensions of the Selkirk branch of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway to Lake Dauphin, and also that a reserve be made of the lands on each 
side of the proposed line. 

Application will at once be made to the department of railways for a copy of the 
plan fylecl by you in that department, on receipt of which you will be further communi- 
cated with. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 

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Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal, 3rd April, 1891. 
Dear Mr, Burgess, — I enclose you a sectional map on which has been marked the 
location of the line of the Lake Dauphin extension of the Selkirk more clearly than on 
the smaller map which accompanied my letter of the 23rd ultimo. 

Yours truly, 

C. DRINKWATER, Secretary. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. 

Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 7th April, 1891. 
Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 3rd instant, 
enclosing a sectional map showing marked thereon the projDosed extension of the Selkirk 
branch railway to Lake Dauphin. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LYNDWODE PEREIRA, Assistant Secretary. 
C. Drinkwater, Esq., Secretary C. P. R. Co., Montreal. 



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A. 1891 



(25a) 



LIST OF LANDS 



Sold by the Canadian Pacific Kailway Company from the first October, 1889, 
to the first October, 1890, to be laid before the House of Commons, in 
accordance with the provisions of section 8 of the Act 49 Victoria, 
chapter 9. 






Lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company from 1st October, 1889, to 

1st October, 1890. 




J. Jackson 

Wm. Postlethwaite 

Joshua Elliott 

Mary A. Goulding , 

P. McPherson 

Janet McCaig 

Richard Hector 

J. A. McKenzie 

Richard Hector 

Elizabeth Milne 

J no. E. Smith 

W. Dobson 

Alfred Wells 

Jno. E. Smith , 

A. A. Ayer and J. McKergan 

do do 

do do . . 

do do 

E. Elvin 

J. B. Morice and Jas. Naismith. 

Peter Lillico 

R. E. Lillico 

do 

Philip E. Durst 

D. N. Grigg 

Jno. Brown, jun 

A. S. White 

do 

Wm. Heald 

A. A. Ayer 

Wm. McKenzie 

W. MacKenzie 

Weeden Walker. . . 

E. C. Smith 

Jas. Robertson 

T. Z. Woods 

A. Leask ... 

Kenneth McKenzie, jun 

A. B. Bell 

J. Magee 

Irwin Stewart 

D. S. McFarlane 

Jas. Duncan 

W. A. Ott 

Jno. T. Lynch .1 



Downsview, Ont 

Tp. 10, Range 20, W. 1st. 

Rounthwaite 

Downsview, Ont ... 

Oak Lake. . . 

Municipality of Elton 

Orillia 

Sarnia . . 

Orillia 

London, Ont 

Brandon 

Tp. 11, Range 23, W. 1st . 
Brandon 

do 

Montreal 

do 

do 

do 

Trenton, Ont 

Winnipeg 

Listowel 

Seattle, Washington Ter.. 
do do 

Brandon 

Municipality of Whitehead 

Gait, Ont 

Sussex, N. B 

do 

Chatham, Ont 

Montreal 

Pipestone. . 

Belleview 

Osprey 

London, Eng 

Glendale 

Lothair 

Virden ... 

Auburn 

West Gwillimbury, Ont 

Bradford 

Municipality of Glen wood . . 

Carleton Place 

Township Ramsay 

Grenf ell 

Arrow River 

112 



S. W. i 19, 11, 18, W. 1st. 

All 35, 10, 20, W. 1st. 

W. h 31, 7, 17, W. 1st. 

E. £1, 9, 20, W. 1st. 

S. E. I 5, 10, 19, W. 1st. 

N. W. \ 35, 11, 17, W. 1st. 

N. \ 9, 8, 17, W. 1st. 

N. E. \ 9, 7, 22 W. 1st. 

S. E. \ 9, 8, 17, W. 1st. 

All 33, 6, 23, W. 1st. 

N. E. \ 23, 8, 20, W. 1st. 

E. \ 15, 11, 23, W. 1st. 

S. E. \ 13, 9, 18, W. 1st. 

S. E. \ 23, 8, 20, W. 1st 

N. E. \ 13, 11, 22, W. 1st. 

N. W. \ 13, 11, 22, W. 1st. 

S. E. 1 13, 11, 22, W. 1st. 

S. W. i 13, 11, 22, W. 1st. 

S. h 33, 9, 20, W. 1st. 

All" 21, 11, 21, W. 1st. 

All 35, 11, 22, W. 1st. 

N. h 13, 13, 23, W. 1st. 

S. W. \ 13, 13, 23, W. 1st. 

All 25, 8, 19, W. 1st. 

N. E. 1 1, 10, 22, W. 1st. 

AH 25, 14, 17, W. 1st. 

All 9, 8, 22, W. 1st. 

S. h and N. W. \ 3, 8, 22, W. 1st. 

S. W. \ 3L, 12, 16, W. 1st. 

E. i 13, 12, 22, W. 1st. 

E. I 31, 7, 25, W. 1st. 

E. % 25, 7, 26, W. 1st. 

N. W. \ 33, 13, 16, W. 1st. 

N. E. \ 35, 8, 19, W. 1st. 

N. E. I 7, 14, 16, W. 1st. 

S. E. J 15, 12, 22, W. 1st. 

N. h 3 11, 25, W. 1st, 

N. I 3, 12, 16, W. 1st. 

E. J 3, 9, 27, W. 1st. 

W. "i 3, 9. 27, W. 1st. 

N. E. i, 19, 8, 20, W. 1st. 

S. W. ± 19, 16, 19, W. 2nd. 

S. E. £ 19, 16, 19, W. 2nd. 

N. E. i 15, 16, 7, W. 2nd. 

S. E. I 35, 13, 26, W. 1st. 



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Lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company from October 1st, 1889, to 

1st October, 1890. 



Name of Purchaser. 



W. C. Woodman 

Win. Laidley 

Ed. Keeping 

J. S. McEwen 

Robt. Richards . . •. 

Stephen Clement 

T. Wood 

A. R. Stanbury 

A. C. McPhail 

J. A. Clandenning 

J. S. Brabazon.. 

Anne M. Bowen 

David Gillespie 

J. B. Martel 

Jas. N. McPherson 

A. J. Wilkin 

Stephen Clement 

J. Davidson 

S. B. Flower 

E. B. Cozens 

David Vaser 

J. Hy. Crunbach 

Wm. Alexander 

W. H. Bate 

A. Chambers 

Thos. and S. J. Greenwood 

Marght. Taylor 

E. R. Rogers . . 

Alex. Card 

Edith L. Kirby , 

J. McNaughton 

Jos. Howard*. 

Jno. White Newton 

Messrs. Ryan, Garth and Gladew 

Jas. Dobson 

Geo. Wanacott 

John Hogg 

Jas. Stanton 

Alex. Begg 

do 



Address. 



Municipality of Miniota 

Omemee, Ont 

Austin 

Sheppardville. 

Chater 

Brandon 

St. Mary's, Ont 

Virden 

Brandon 

Vancouver 

Wick, Ont 

Elkhorn 

Anacortes, Wash 

Oak Lake 

Calgary 

do 

Brandon 

Township 7, Range 13, W. 1st 

Rounthwaite 

Grand Rapids 

Pine Creek, Alta 

Calgary 

do . . . 

Carberry 

Township 7, Range 16 

Douglas 

Millf ord 

Calgary 

Grund 

Winnipeg 

Township 15, Range 2, E. 1st . 

Brackley, Eng 

Well wood 

Oak Lake 

Lothair. 

Calgary 

Erinsview Tract 

Olive 

Dunbow, Alta 

do 



Particulars of Land. 



Jos. Wm. Quinn 

Alex. Sanderson 

Hazl. Adams 

Cordelia Hodder 

Hy. Byers 

E. A. Probert 

R. D. Bvers 

R. O. Byers 

T. E. Madeland 

D. E. Blain 

Samuel W. Adams 

Cordelia Hadder 

do 

T. A. andG. H. North 

W. S. Clement 

Catherine Jameson . . . Griswold 

Jno. Jameson do 

Geo. A. Wallace Oak Lake 

B. G. Crealock Portage la Prairie 

Hy. Byers | do 

P. H. Ei:aut Souris 

J. H. Brouse Carberry 

Wm. Dempsay 

R. J. Stewart 

Moise Courchene 

C. W. Shields 

25—8 



Brandon 

Griswold 

Sittakaw 

Calgary ... 

Portage la Prairie 

Tp. 10, Rge. 11, W. 1st.. 
Oakland 

do 

Oak Lake 

Glenboro 

Sittakaw 

Calgary . . 

do 

Carberry. 

Oak Lake 



N. E. 1 19, 14, 26, W. 1st. 
N. W. I 7, 20, 26, W. 2nd. 
S. W. \ 27, 11, 11, W. 1st. 
N. E. I 31, 10, 21, W. 1st. 
N. W. 1 15, 11, 18, W. 1st. 
N. E. I 3, 9, 19, W. 1st. 
S. E. i 27, 11, 25, W. 1st. * 
S. E. i 19, 11, 26, W. 1st. 
N. W. I 21, 11, 18, W. 1st. 
N. E. I 35, 9, 21, W. 1st. 
N. E. I 35, 11, 25, W. 1st. 
N. W. { 19, 11, 29, W. 1st. 
S. W. 1 19, 8, 15, W. 1st. 
S. E. \ 19, 8, 23, W. 1st. 
S. E. \ 3, 24, 2, W. 5th. 
N. E. \ 1, 22, 2, W. 5th. 
N. | 5, 11, 17, W. 1st. 
N. W. \ 21, 7, 13, W. 1st. 
N. E. \ 35, 8, 18, W. 1st. 
S. W. \ 33, 22, 1, W. 5th. 
S. E. \ 21, 22, 1, W. 5th. 
S. W. % 1, 22, 1, W. 5th. 
N. W. 1 1, 22, 1, W. 5th. 
S. W. I 3, 10, 13, W. 1st. 
W. i 7, 7, 16, W. 1st. 
N. W. i 27, 10, 17, W. 1st. 
S. E. i 25, 7, 17, W. 1st. 
N. h 33, 15, 23, W. 2nd. 
All 17, 6, 14, W. 1st. 
N. E. i 3, 14, 17, W. 1st. 
S. W. J 3, 15, 2, E. 1st. 
All 7, 17, 1, W. 2nd. 
N. W. j 13, 14, 15, W. 1st. 

All 33, 9, 23, W. 1st. ' 
S. E. 4 31, 12, 22, W. 1st. 
N. W. \ 5, 22, 1, W. 5th. 

S. W. i 17, 16, 1, W. 1st. 

S. W. \ 23, 8, 10, W. 1st. 

All 23, 21, 28, W. 4th. 

All south of Bow River of 25, 21, 
28, W. 4th. 

N. E. i 33, 8, 19, W. 1st. 

N. E. i 17, 9, 22, W. 1st. 

S. E. i 25, 6, 13, W. 1st. 

N.-W.-J27, 23, 1, W. 1st. 

E. J 19, 13, 6, W. 1st. 

N. h, 17, 10, 11, W. 1st. 

S. E. 4. 33, 13, 7, W. 1st. 

N. E. I of 33, 13, 7, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 5, 10, 24, W. 1st. 

N. E. I 25, 7, 15, W. 1st. 

N. W. I 25, 6, 13, W. 1st. 

N. E. 4 27, 23, 1, W. 5th. 

S. W. I 27, 23, 1, W. 5th. 

S. ^ 17, 10, 11, W. 1st. 

E. I 23, 9, 25, W. 1st. 

Fraction N. W. I 21, 9, 22, W. 1st. 

N. E. % 21, 9, 22, W. 1st. 

N. " 



Griswold 

Tp. 8, Rge. 11, W. 1st.... 

Oak Lake 

Municipality of Oakland. . 

113 



F J- 

El I 7. 9, 22, W. 1st. 

IV. i 31, 

N. E. \ 25, 



13. 7, W. 1st. 
S. W. I 25, 7, 23, W. 1st. 
S. W. i 1, 12, 24, W. 1st. 
S. E. i 7, 8, 22, W. 1st. 
S. W. I 21, 8, 11, W. 1st. 
S. E. % 25, 8, 24, W. 1st. 
S. E. \ 35, 8, 17, W. 1st. 



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Sessional Papers (No. 25a.) 



A. 1891 



Lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company from 1st October, 1889, to 

1st October, 1890. 



Name of Purchaser. 



Jas. Lund . 

W. J. Hooper 

A. Magee 

Robt. Alford 

Wm. Brown 

Isabella Brown 

Morris Hadson 

W. G. Smith 

Aime Marcotte 

Calgary Lumber Co. (Ltd.) 

David Kerr 

Isaac Handle 

Harry Bawyer . . . 

Anne Gamble 

Joseph Allen ... 

Robt. Scott 

P. Thierien : . . 

Robt. Scott 

David Laird 

Jas. McAuley. 

Robt. J. Stewart 

Herbert W. Gocher 

Jno. McLean 

Wm. Scott 

Thos. Birnie 

David Young 

Jos. Courchene 

W. R. Ross 

Jas. Rodgers 

Jas. Teriff 

Hy. M. Beacall 

The Townsite Trustees 

Great North-West Central Railway 
Co., right of. way across 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

The Townsite Trustees 

K. C. Macdonnell 

Chas. D. Wray 

J. W. S. Trelawney 

Rev. Prof. Geo. Bryce, and McLaren 
et al 



Address. 



Carberry 

Stratherne 

Brandon 

Oak Lake 

Drumconnor 

do 

Alexander 

Port Arthur 

Oak Lake 

Calgary 

Carberry. 

Craigilee 

Griswold 

Point Fortune, Que. 

Brookdale 

Griswold 

Oak Lake 

Griswold 

Souris 

Bootle, Eng 

Holland 

Souris 

Carberry 

Ash Creek 

Carberry 

Elkhorn 

Oak Lake 

Holland 

Elkhorn 

Moorefield, Ont 

Rapid City 



Grenfell.. 
Belleview 
Souris . . . 



Winnipeg and Toronto. 



Particulars of Land. 



S. E. £ 9, 11, 15, W. 1st. 
S. W. £ 23, 8, 17, W. 1st. 
N. \ 19, 10, 20, W. 1st. 
N. E. £ 27, 9, 22, W. 1st. 
N. E. £ 27, 12, 8, W. 1st. 
N. W. £ 27, 12, 8, W. 1st. 
N. \ 31, 11, 21, W. 1st. 
S. W. £ 31, 13, 6, W. 1st. 
W. \ 27, 7, 24, W. 1st. 
W. ^19, 26, 4, W. 5th. 
N. W. £ 3, 10, 13, W. 1st. 
S. W. I 27, 5, 15, W. 1st. 
N. E. £ 15, 9, 22, W. 1st. 
S. E. £ 13, 11, 26, W. 3rd. 
S. E. 1 27, 12, 16, W. 1st. 
S. E. £ 1, 9, 22, W. 1st. 
S. E. £ 27, 7, 24, W. 1st. 
N. E. £ 1, 9, 22, W. 1st. 
All 25, 8, 22, W. 1st. 
Fract. of 1, 24, 1, W. 5th. 
N. W. £ 21, 8, 11, W. 1st. 
All 19, 8, 21, W. 1st. 
N. h 27, 10, 15, W. 1st. 
S. W. i 17, 5, 15, W. 1st. 
S. W. J 7, 10, 11, W. 1st. 
E. I 31, 13 27, W. 1st. 
N. W. £ 1, 8, 24, W. 1st. 
S. W. 1 31, 7, 10, W. 1st. 
N. W. £35, 11, 27, W. 1st. 
N. I 23, 5, 19, W. 1st. 
N. E. £ 15, 13, 18, W. 1st. 
Sec. 15, 24, 1, W. 5th. 

N. \ 19, 13, 21, W. 1st. 
S. \ 21, 13, 22, W. 1st. 
E. \ 31, 13, 22, W. 1st. 
N. W. £13, 13, 21, W. 1st. 
S. E. £ 21, 13, 19, W. 1st. 
All 31, 12, 5, W. 4th. 
Ail 17, 16, 7, W. 2nd. 
S. E. £ 33, 7, 25, W. 1st. 
S. E. £ 17, 7, 25, W. 1st. 






Fract. N. W. £ 17, 21, 15, W. 2nd. 



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A. 1891 



Lands sold to the Canada North- West Land Company from 1st October, 1889, to 

1st October, 1890. 



Canada North-West Land Company- 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



N. E. £ 3, 5, 19, W. 1st ; S. E. £ 3, 6, 14, W. 1st. 

All 21, 4. 26, W. 1st ; W. i 15, 18, 24, W. 2nd. 

N. i 25, 5, 19, W. 1st ; E. 1 13, 6, 14, W. 1st. 

All 25, 5, 21, W. 1st ; N. W. £ 25, 14, 16, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 1, 7, 19, W. 1st ; N. E. £ 13, 10, 24, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 13, 6, 13, W. 1st ; S. W. 25, 5, 19, W. 1st. 

N. W. £ 27, 7, 10, W. 1st ; N. E. £ 13, 12, 18, W. 1st. 

N. W. £ 15, 7, 11, W. 1st ; S. E. £ 15, 7, 11, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 21, 6, 14, W. 1st ; W. 1 19, 5, 18, W. 1st. 

N. W. £ 15, 7, 27, W. 1st ; N. W. £ 13, 6, 15, W. 1st. 

E i 31, 9, 21 W. 1st ; S. E. £ 35, 11, 25, W. 1st. 

E. h 21, 4, 18, W. 1st ; N. E. £ 15, 10, 24, W. 1st. 

S. W. £ 5, 6, 18, W. 1st ; N. \ 33, 4, 26, W. 1st. 

N. W. £ 21, 6, 14, W. 1st ; N. \ of N. E. £ 25, 6, 14, W. 1st. 

S. W. I 21, 5, 22, W. 1st ; S. E. £ 3, 11, 2, W. 2nd. 

S. E. £ 9, 10, 11, W. 1st ; all 35, 6, 17, W. 1st. 

S. W. £ 23, 4, 18, W. 1st ; S. W. 9, 7, 11, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 9, 7, 11, W. 1st ; E. \ 13, 5, 19, W. 1st. 

S. W. £ 31, 5, 18, W. 1st ; W. \ 9, 10, 27, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 1, 12, 14, W. 1st ; N. \ 13, 5, 15, W. 1st. 

All 35, 15, 7, W. 2nd ; S. W. £ 21, 8, 21, W. 1st. 

N. & E. of W. h 15, 9, 17 W. 1st ; N. E. £ 21, 10, 26, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 5, 10, 23"; W. 1st ; N. i 23, 13, 32, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 17, 13, 17, W. 1st ; S. E. £ 31, 8, 4, W. 2nd. 

All 7, 13, 31, W. 1st ; W. J 15, 5, 15, W. 1st. 

S. E. £ 21, 13, 32, W. 1st ; W. \ 15, 6, 17, W. 1st. 

S. W. £ 15, 12, 18, W. 1st ; E. | 23, 12, 19, W. 1st. 

N. W. £ 13, 12, 19, W. 1st ; S. E. £ 23, 5, 14, W. 1st. 

S. \ of N. E. £ 25, 6, 14, W. 1st ; S. E. £ 35, 6, 12, W. 1st. 



Lands sold to the Ontario and Qu'Appelle Land Company from 1st October, 1889, 

to 1st October, 1890. 



Ontario and Qu 


'Appelle 


Land Coir 


pany . . 


W 


*33, 


17 


13, 


W 


2nd. 


do 




do 




K. 


*19, 


17, 


13, 


W. 


2nd. 


do 




do 




W 


£35, 


20 


11, 


w 


2nd. 



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A. 1891 



RETURN 

(26) 
To an Order of the House of Commons, dated the 14th May, 1891 ; For an 
abstract copy or copies of the manifest of the cargoes carried by the steam- 
ships subsidized to run between the Maritime Provinces and the West 
Indies on each voyage during the present year 1891 ; showing the 
character and value of the cargoes carried, and the port or ports of lading 
and discharge of such cargoes, with an abstract of any other information 
given in such manifest ; and also shewing number of trips made by the 
steamers subsidized to carry on the steam service between the Maritime 
Provinces and the West India ports, during the year 1890 ; the elates of 
such trips, amount paid for each trip, the person or company carrying out 
said service for the present year, and whether any contract has been 
entered into for such service this year, and what rates are being paid 
therefor and to whom. 



By order. 



GEORGE E. FOSTER, 

For Secretary of State. 



1. Number of Trips made by steamers subsidized to carry on the steam service 
between the Maritime Provinces and the West India ports during the year 1890 : — 

Service A. — (Halifax to Cuba, ss. " Beta ") 12 

Service B. — (Halifax to Jamaica, ss. " Alpha ") 12 

Service C. — (St. John to Demerara, via West India, ss. " Portia " and 

"Loanda"... 6* 

Number of complete trips 30 

^Another trip begun, but not completed during year 1890. 

2. Dates of such Trips: — 



SERVICE A.— SS. "Beta." 



SERVICE B.— SS. "Alpha. 



Cleared from Hafifax. 


Arrived at Halifax. 


1 
Cleared from Halifax. 


Arrived at Halifax. 


1889. 


1890. 


1889. 


1890. 


December 24. 


January 20. 


December 14. 


January 10. 


1890. 




1890. 




January 31. 


Eebruary 24. 


January 15. 


February 8. 


March 1. 


March 22. 


February 15. 


March 10. 


April 1. 
May 1. 


April 25. 


March 15. 


April 7. 


May 26. 


April 15. 


May 9. 


May 30. 


June 21. 


May 15. 


June 6. 


June 30. 


July 21. 


June 14. 


July 8. 


August 1. 


August 20. 


July 14. 


August 7. 


August 30. 


September 16. 


August 15. 


September 6. 


September 23. 


October 13. 


September 15. 


October 6. 


October 15. 
November 5. 


November 4. 


October 15. 


November 8. 


November 26. 


November 15. 


December 8. 




December 15. 


January 6, 1891. 



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A. 1891 



SERVICE C. 



Cleared from St. John. 



1890. 
January 8, 

February 28. 
May 26. 

July 10. 

August 21. 
October 17. 
December G. 



Arrived at St. John. 



1890. 
February 23. \ 
April 7. / 

July 4. \ 

August 17. I 
October 2. f 
November 28 J 
February 2, 1891. 



SS. "Portia," via Yarmouth. 

SS. " Loanda," via Yarmouth. 
SS. "Loanda," via Halifax. 



3. The amount paid for each trip: — 
Service A. — $1.666§ for each round trip. 
Service B.— $1,250 

Service C— $4,100 " " of " Portia." 

$6,150 " " of " Loanda," up to December, 1890. 

$5,000 for each subsequent round trip. 

4. The person or company carrying out said service for the present year, and 
whether any contract has been entered into for such service this year, and what 
rates are being paid therefor and to whom : — 

Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, are carrying out all the services this year 
under contracts entered into with them. The rates paid are : — 

Service A. — $1,666§ a trip, not to exceed $20,000 a year. 

Service B. — $1,250 a trip, not to exceed $15,000 a year. 

Service 0. — $5,000 a trip, not to exceed $60,000 a year, with privilege of making 
not more than four extra trips at $2,000 each. Total subsidy not to exceed $68,000 
a year. 

All payments made to Pickford & Black. 

5. Copies of the manifests fyled in the Finance Department for each trip made 
during the year 1891 are annexed. 

EBPOET OUTWAKDS. 

Port of Halifax, 5th January, 1891. No. 510. Contents in the SS. "Beta." Eegis- 
tered tonnage, 677. Eegistered in Port of Glasgow, with 27 men, A. N. Smith 



Master for this present voyage for 
weight. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Havana and Matanzas. Cargo, 400 tons 



Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


A. N. Whitman. 


300 drums dry fish f . . . . 


$ cts. 
1,800 00 


J. F. Whelan & Son 

L. Hart & Son 

C. H. Mitchell { 


100 do 

200 do , 

100 drums haddock 


388 80 
900 00 

} 850 00 


100 do hake 


G. P. Mitchell & Son 


125 do dry fish 

300 do do 


500 00 




1,300 00 


Pickford & Black 

• 


1,695 brls. potatoes 


3,390 00 

2,375 00 

975 00 




325 tons coal 


Pickford & Black 


519 brls. potatoes. . 

In Bond. # 
1 box 


1,038 00 




• 





A. N. SMITH, Master. 
Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of Halifax, the 5th 
day of January, 1891. — S. Crawford, for Collector. 

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A. 1891 



EBPORT INWAEDS. 

Port of Halifax, 27th January, 1891. No. 1810. In the SS. "Beta," of Glasgow, 
677 tons register, 27 men, Smith Master for the present voyage from Havana 



and Matanzas. — Pickford <& Black, Agents. 




Name and Address of Consignees. 


Description of Packages and Contents. 


The Bell Cigar Co 


From Havana — 


Pickford & Black 

J. M. C. Callos & Co 


1 barrel oranges. 

From Matanzas — 
5,600 bags sugar. 



A. K SMITH, Master. 
Sworn to at Halifax, this 27th day of January, 1891. — G-. Eoche, for Collector. 



EEPOET OUTWAEDS. 

Port of Halifax, 31st January, 1891. Contents in the SS. " Beta." Eegisterd ton- 
nage, 677. Eegistered in Port of Glasgow, with 27 men, A. N. Smith, Master 
for this present voj r age for Havana and Matanzas. Cargo, 400 tons weight. — 
Pickford & Black. Agents. 



Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


A. G. Jones & Co. 
A. N. Whitman. . . 




165 drums codfish 

258 do 


$ cts. 

825 00 

1,548 00 




300 do 


1,200 00 


Pickford & Black 


700 do 


2,800 00 


Geo. E. Boak & Co. . 


300 tons coal 

2 horses 

1,000 bdls. wood sticks 


900 00 
300 00 
150 00 




200 drums codfish 

232 do 


980 00 


M. Neville 




oil. 


1,160 00 


Ship's stores — 2 brls. 


50 drums haddock 


225 00 



A. N. SMITH, Master. 
Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of Halifax, the 31st 
day of Halifax, 1891. — C. Almon, for Collector. 



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A. 1891 



REPORT INWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, 25th February, 1891. No. 2014. In the SS. " Beta," of Glasgow, 
677 tons register. A. N. Smith, Master for the present voyage from Havana 
to Matanzas. Freight in full, 830 tons weight. — Pickford <fe Black, Agents. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 


Description of Packages and Contents. 


J. M. E. Callos 

Secretary Halifax Club 

George E. Boak & Co 


From Matanzas — 
5,632 bags sugar. 

From Havana — 

1 case cigars (5,000). 
71 tierces molasses. 
Ships' stores, 450 cigars. 



A. N. SMITH, Master. 
Sworn to at Halifax, the 25th day of February, 1891. — G. Roche, for Collector. 

REPORT OUTWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, 2nd March, 1891. No. 625. Contents in the SS. " Beta," Registered 
tonnage, 677. Registered in Port of Glasgow, with 26 men. A. N. Smith, Master 
for the present voyage for Havana and Matanzas. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


L. Hart & Son 

Daniel Cronan 

Pickford & Black 

Pickford & Black 


200 drums dry fish 

184 do codfish 

400 do fish 

176 bush, oats 

1 ton bran 

285 tons coal 

In Transit. 

1 cast line • 


S cts. 

970 00 
1,600 00 
2,000 00 

ioo oo 

25 00 
855 00 


Pickford & Black 


Ex- Warehouse. 
4 drums composition paint . 











A. N. SMITH, Master. 
Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of Halifax, the 2nd 
day of March, 1891. — S. Crawford, Collector. 

REPORT INWARDS. 

Port of Halifax. 21st March, 1891. No. 2208. In the SS. " Beta " of Glasgow, 
677 tons register, and 23 men. A. N. Smith, Master for the present voyage 
from Havana and Matanzas. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Ballast — Ships' stores, 350 cigars. 



A. 1ST. SMITH, Master. 
Sworn to at Halifax the 25th day of March, 1891. — G. Roche, Collector. 

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A. 1891 



EEPOET OUTWAKDS. 

Port of Halifax, 1st April, 1891. No. — . Contents in the SS. ''Beta." Eegistered 
tonnage, 677. Eegistered in the Port of Glasgow, with 26 men, A. N. Smith, 
master for this present voyage for Havana and Matanzas. Cargo, 400 tons 
weight. 



Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


C. H. Mitchell 

L. Hart & Son 

G. P. Mitchell & Son 


250 drums dry fish 

400 do 

178 do 

320 do 


$ cts. 

1,125 00 

1,997 00 

825 00 




1,600 00 


A. N. Whitman 

E. Morrison & Co. 


380 do 

107 do ... 


2,090 00 
642 00 


Pickford & Black 


728 do 

1 case wood pulleys 

4 tons hay 

250 tons coal 


3,126 00 

17 10 

50 00 

750 00 


Geo. E. Boak & Co 


150 drums dry fish 


750 00 




Ship's stores— 3 barrels oil, 1 barrel beef. 





A. 1ST. SMITH, Master. 
Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of Halifax, the 1st 
day of April, 1891.— C. Almon, for Collector. 

EEPOET INWAEDS. 

Port of Halifax, 21st April, 1891. No. — . In the SS. " Beta," of Glasgow, 611 tons 
register, 27 men. A. N. Smith, master for the present voyage from Havana 
and Matanzas. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Name and Address of Consignee. 


Description of Packages and Contents. 


Bell Cigar Co 

A. Hobecker 

Capt. Smith 


9 bales tobacco leaf. 

11 cases cigars. 

400 cigars. 

Ship's stores — 350 cigars. 



Sworn to at Halifax this 21st day of April, 1891. 



A. N. SMITH, Master. 



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Sessional Papers (No. 26.) 



A. 1891 



. EEPOET INWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, 6th January, 1891. No 1660. In the SS. " Alpha," of Glasgow, 514 tons 
register, 27 men, Neil Hall, master, for the present voyage from Turks Island, 
Jamaica and Bermuda, 100 tons weight. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 



Description of Packages and Contents. 



J. P. Mott & Co 

J. P. Fegan & Co 

Joseph Cameron 

Morrison & Musgrave. 

R. M. Blown 

A.S.Rhodes 

Butler & Co 

Hamilton & Outhet.. 

C. W. Outhet 

Boak & Bennet 

C. Y. Pike ... 

Bank of Nova Scotia 



Pickford & Black . . 

Miss Heath 

Miss Gosling 

S. Oland, Sons & Co 

E. J. Lowby 

Naval Storekeeper . 

S. D. Tucker 

Jas. Scott & Co 

F. G. Wainwright. . . 



From Kingston, Jamaica — 

50 bags cocoa ; 2 cases rum. 
| brl. fruit. 

1 pkg. cigars. 

51 dry hides. 
10 brls. oranges 



do 
5 do 

5 do 

5 do 

1 do 

3 pkgs. mdse. 
1 pkg. specie. 



17 bunches bananas. 



From Hamilton, Bermuda — 

1 pkg. and 1 box ; 1 bale mdse. 
lpkg. 

1 box. 

4 empty brls. 
10 boxes oranges ; 2 boxes cake. 

2 do despatches. 
2 do sundries. 

1 box milk punch. 
1 parcel mdse. 



Sworn to at Halifax the 6th day of January, 1891. 



N. HALL, Master. 
-G-. Roche, for Collector. 



REPORT OUTWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, January 15th, 1891. Contents in the SS. " Alpha." Registered 
tonnage, 514. Registered in Port of Glasgow, with 27 men, N. Hall, master 
for this present voyage for Jamaica. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Shippers. 



A. Hobecker 

T. A. D. DeWolf & Son 

Consumer's Cordage Co . 
S. Oland, Sons & Co 
A. G. Jones & Co 

C H. Evans 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



In Transit. 



2 packages 

1 box clothes and 1 box uniforms. 



6 pkgs. cordage 

70 brls. malt liquor . . 
25 tierces dry fish . . . 
175 bxs. do 

55 brls. herring 

30 do alewives 

22 do flour 

10 do pease 

2 cases canned goods . 

1 brl. hams 

1 cheese 

4| brls. tongues 

6 



Value. 



cts. 



147 00 

1,560 00 

500 00 

875 00 

227 00 

135 00 

113 00 

37 00 

47 00 

28 00 

25 00 

46 00; 



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A. 1891 



Port of Halifax. January 15th, 1891. Contents in the SS. "Alpha." — Continued. 



Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


L. Hart & Son 


133 tierces dry fish . . 

60 butts do 

501 bxs. do 


% cts. 
2,846 00 
1,410 00 
2,756 00 


Jas. Pender & Co » . 


180 brls. herring 

20 cases horse nails 

50 kegs cut nails 

175 brls. alewives 

22 do salmon 

11 do mackerel 

30 bxs. smoked fish 

11 bags oats 

20 brls. potatoes 

1 cask oil , 

37 pkgs. medicine 

25 brls. flour 

1 safe 

87 pkgs. furniture 

195 tons coal 


666 00 
364 80 


L. Hart & Son 

Pickf ord & Black 

George E. Boak & Co 


138 75 

787 00 

440 00 

144 00 

20 00 

31 00 

45 00 

12 00 

370 00 

125 00 

150 00 

435 00 

585 00 

125 00 


55 bxs. cod fish 


302 00 




190 fcrls. herring 

20 do salmon \ 

3hf. do do / 

110 do alewives 

40 butts codfish 

30 tierces do 


760 00 

387 00 

495 00 

880 00 

630 00 

37 50 


Pickf ord & Black . 






John Tobin & Co. 


Excise. 










C. H. Harvey 

Pickf ord & Black 

James Scott & Co 


6 horses. 

32 drums codfish 

Excise. 
1 cask whiskey 

Ex- Warehouse. 


800 00 
128 00 






Pickford & Black 


In transit. 
60 packages 




Morrison & Musgrave 

J. F. Phelan & Son . 


190 00 


50 do bran 

10 boxes codfish 

5^ do do 

10 bbls. potatoes . . 

1 kit mackerel 


47 50 
50 00 
12 50 
17 50 
2 50 
31 50 






5 55 






3 75 






14 49 




2 bbls. oats . 


4 75 
6 83 






10 00 






90 


James Scott & Co. . 


1 bbl. whiskey 


17 00 


C. H. Harvey ... 


5 cases extract 

4 bbls. potatoes 

1 bbl. apples 

1 do smoked herring 


125 00 
8 00 
4 00 
4 00 
2 00 




1 do codfish 

1 cheese 


10 00 
8 00 
4 00 




% 





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A. 1891 



EEPOET INWAKDS. 

Port of Halifax, 9th February, 1891. In the SS. "Alpha," of Glasgow, 514 tons 
register. N. Hall, master for the present voyage from Kingston, Ja. — Pickford 
and Black, Agents. 



Name and Address of Consignee. 



Kingston. 



Chas. Putnam 

Mrs. J. H. Harvey 

J. F. & A. W. West . . , 
S. Oland, Sons & Co 

Miss Lyle 

G. E. Boak & Co 

Hamilton & Outhet . . 

Bremner Bros 

A. S. Rhodes 

C. W. Outhet 

W. Atkinson 

Pickford & Black . . . 
Boak & Bennett .... 
Morrison & Musgrave . 



Turk's Island. 



James Rowe 



Bermuda. 



Naval storekeeper . 
J. B. Astwood . . . 
Pickford & Black. . 



S. Oland, Sons <fc Co 

Mrs. Kenny 

Sec'y Admiralty, London 
Director of Victualling . . , 

D. Budge *. 

R. C. Tait 

C. H. Harvey 

J. H. Harris 

P. E. McKerron 

Forsyth & Sutcliffe 

F. G. Wainwright ... 

E. J. Lordby 



Description of Packages and Contents. 



• 




1 box curios. 


1 do oranges. 


1 bbl. fruit. 


42 empty 


casks. 


1 parcel 


curios. 


2 brls. o 


t-anges. 


25 do 


do 


25 do 


do 


3 do 


do 


30 do 


do 1 bbl. pine apples. 


52 do 


do 1 do do 


1 do 


do 


1 do 


do 



353 dry salted hides. 



13 brls. empty bottles. 



1 bag despatches. 

L. Jones) ; 1 box (Mary John 



1 parcel 

1 box. 

1 parcel (M, 

ston). 
4 empty casks. 
1 bundle palm leaves. 
1 bag and 1 box despatches. 

1 bag despatches. 

2 parcels clothing. 

1 box. 

2 bundles calf-skins 
1 box bulbs. 
1 box. 

1 box preserves. 
1 box sundries. 
1 cedar chest. 



17 sheep- skins. 



N. HALL, Master. 

Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of Halifax, the 9th 
day February, 1891. — Gr. Eoche, Collector. 



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A. 1891 






EEPORT OUTWARDS. 



Port of Halifax, 14th February, 1891. No. 593. Contents in the SS. "Alpha." 
Registered tonnage, 514. Registered in Port of Glasgow, with 27 men. N. Hall 
Master for this present voyage for Bermuda. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Shippers. 



E. D. Tucker 

A. Hobecker 

C. H. Harvey. 

Jos. Wood 

Jas. F. Phelan & Son 



Jas. Scott & Co 
Chas. Harvey. . 



Pickford & Black 

James Fraser 

Consumers' Cordage Co 
E. Morrison & Co 



A. G. Jones & Co. 

Pickford & Black. 
S. Oland Sons & Co , 
Morrison & Musgrave 



Pickford & Black. 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



In Transit. 



2 hhds. port wine 

1 pkge cigarettes 

2 horses 

4 do 

8 brls. potatoes 

1 box cabbage 

1 brl. mackerel 

1 do oats 

3 boxes codfish 

1 pckge smoked herring.. 

1 kit tongues and sounds 

5 cases extract beef 

6 brls. potatoes 

2 do cabbages. : 

1 do turnips 

1 kit mackerel 

2 cases extract beef 

1 brl . apples 

1 do smoked herring. . . . 

1 cheese 

1 brl. mackerel 



In Tram 



340 pkges merchandise 

6 cases canned mackerel . . 

20 pkges cordage 

1\ brls. pickled fish (herring). 

2 drums dry fish 

3 boxes do 

1 case butter 

30 tierces fish 

10 boxes do 

170 butts do 

70 brls. herring 

40 do alewives. 

45 boxes drugs . 
1 safe. 
1 carriage. 
250 tons coal . 

46 brls. malt liquors . 




In Transit. 



1 box. 



C. W. Mitchell. 



Ship's stores— 1 brl. beef, 1 brl. sugar, 3 brls. oil. 



15 tierces dry fish 

5 butts do 

40 boxes do 

25 brio, alewives 

15 brls. potatoes 

2 casks oats ; 1 brl. do 

9 



Value. 



cts. 



240 00 


400 00 


16 00 


5 00 


10 00 


2 71 


15 75 


90 


1 00 


26 00 


14 00 


4 50 


1 25 


3 00 


10 00 


5 00 


6 00 


8 00 


16 00 



67 50 

12 00 

10 00 

15 00 

2 80 

6 30 

220 00 

893 00 

262 00 

170 00 

2,225 00 

200 00 

200 00 

625 00 

920 00 





275 00 
110 00 
210 00 
100 00 
33 75 
16 50 



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A. 1891 



Port of Halifax, 14th February, 1891. No. 593. Contents in the SS " Alpha."— Cow. 



Shippers. 



Geo. E. Boak& Co. 



L. Hart & Son . 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



93 casks dry fish 

140 boxes do 

125 brls. herring 

11 brls. salmon 

95 brls. ale wives 

200 boxes smoked herring 

50 brls. potatoes 

180 tierces dry fish 

47 butts do 

|157f brls. herring 

182 brls. alewives 

34f brls. salmon 

28 brls. mackerel 

85 brls. potatoes 

4 half brls. tongues and sounds 

5 bags oats 

12 brls. smoked fish 

121 boxes do 

10 brls. herring 

15 brls. alewives 

7 brls. salmon 

30 boxes dry fish . 



Value. 



$ cts. 

860 00 

700 00 

500 00 

220 00 

475 00 

20 00 

150 00 

870 00 

105 00 

571 00 

779 00 

522 00 

239 00 

204 00 

8 00 

16 00 

16 00 

60 00 

40 00 

65 00 

100 00 

135 00 



N. HALL, Master. 
Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of Halifax, the 14th 
day of February, 1891. — S. Crawford, for Collector. 

EEPOET INWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, 11th March, 1891. No. 2,098. In the SS. "Alpha," of Glasgow, 
514 tons register, 27 men, N. Hall, Master for the present voyage from Kingston, 
&c. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 



Description of Packages and Contents, 



Kingston. 

J. P. Mott & Co 25 bags cocoa. 

W. Mitchell 12 casks metal ; 17 pieces metal. 

Order 31 brls oranges. 

Robt. Taylor 2 trunks boots. 

James Hunter . 1 brl. cocoanuts. 

Pickford & Black . . 1 box plants. 

S. Cunard & Co 12 bags coffee. 

Hamilton & Outhet . . 20 do oranges. 

Bremner Bros 25 brls. oranges. 

A. S. Rhodes 3 do 

Wm. Atkinson 77 do 2 brls. pines. 

C. W. Outhet 30 do 2 do 

James Grant 1 box oranges. 

Bank of Nova Scotia 3 parcels specie. 

S. Oland, Sons & Co 32 empty casks. 

From Bermuda. 

George R. Hart 1 box. 

Pickford & Black 5 cases merchandise ; 4 cases organ. 

Prest. 1 Leicest' Regt 15 cases tea ; 2 cases paper bags. 

A. G. Garrard 232 packages mdse. ; 5 brls. marble dust. 

10 



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A. 1891 



Port of Halifax, 11th March, 1891. No. 2098. In the SS. Alpha."— Continued. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 


Description of Packages and Contents. 


From Bermuda. 

Capt. Sandwith . . 

Capt. Burnett. 

G. Morrison & Co 

A. Downey 

George Musgrave . 

Rev. A. \V. Outerbridge 

E. D. Tucker 


1 box. 

68 packages baggage. 

6 boxes cut flowers. 

1 box. 

1 crate. 

1 brl. 

1 box. 

1 box. 


Geo. Neal.. . . . 

Capt. Burnett 

Mess. Prest. 1/17 Regt 

S. 0. S. 0. (L. Regt) 

Pickford & Black.. '. 


1 box. 

183 packages baggage. 

1 cask whiskey. 

2 cases stationery. 
1 case effects. 



N. HALL, Master. 
Sworn to at Halifax the 11th day of March, 1891. — G. Eoche, for Collector. 

EEPOET OUTWAEDS. 

Port of Halifax, Hth March, 1891. No. 651. Contents in the SS. " Alpha." Eegis- 
tered tonnage, 514. Registered in Port of Glasgow. N. Hall, Master for this 
present voyage for Bermuda. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Shippers. 



Walter Mitchell 
E. J. Ladley... 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



E. P. Mitchell & Son 
E. Morrison 

Pickford & Black.. . . 

Moir, Son & Co 

Win. D. Pearman 



80 drums codfish 

J 50 brls. potatoes. .' 

1 10 do turnips 

II tierce 36 drums codfish 

2 kits tongues and sounds 

31 brls. potatoes 

16 do turnips 

120 boxes smoked herring. ... 
|3 tubs butter. 

1 cheese . 

;^ brl. rolled oats 

|2 bils. herring 

65 bags oats 

25 small boxes smoked herring. 

2 cases clothing 

379 brls. vegetables 

1 box cake 

1 cask codfish 

10 drums codfish 

20 brls. potatoes 

4 drums codfish 

1 brl. potatoes 

1 brl. turnips 

108 bags oats 



Pickford & Black 
A. Hobrecken . . . 



In transit. 



79 pckges. merchandise. 
6 do cigarettes . . . 
11 



Value. 



$ cts. 


364 00 


102 50 


11 00 


193 00 


2 00 


65 00 


20 00 


3 00 


16 00 


7 00 


2 00< 


8 00 


150 00 


5 00 


300 00 


758 00 


13 00 


20 65 


46 00 


40 00 


19 20 


2 00 


1 25 


165 00 



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A. 1891 



Port of Halifax, 14th March, 1891. No. 651. Contents in the SS. "Alpha."— Con. 



Shippers. 



C. H. Harvey. 



C. H. Haivey. 



Bauld, Gibson & Co. 
John Tobin & Co . . . 
S. Cunard & Co. . . 
S. Gland, Sons & Co 



A. G. Jones & Co. 



C. H. Mitchell 



Morrison & Musgrove. 
Piokford & Black 



L. Hart & Son . 



In transit. 
Pickford & Black . . 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



In transit. 



20 drums codfish . 
1\ boxes do 

1 tierce do 
52 brls. potatoes. 

2 kits mackerel . . . 
1 pkge. books . . . 
4 brls. turnips. . . . 
I do parsnips . . 
1 do carrots 

1 box cheese 



Ex- war choused. 



5 kegs soda. 



Excise. 

6 boxes tobacco 

3 casks whiskey 

20 boxes codfish 

70 brls. malt liquor 

4 do bottled liquor.- 

2 do kilderkins 

6 do malt liquor 

53 tierces dry fish 

275 boxes do 

85 brls. herring 

50 do alewives 

20 do potatoes 

15 butts dry fish 

10 tierces do , 

75 boxes do 

20 brls. herring 

2 do salmon 

30 do potatoes 

20 do herring 

13 half brls. herring . 

24 boxes medicine 

1 brl. lasts 

222 tons coal 

6 horses 

Ships stores — 

2 brls. oil 

1 brl, beef ■.,-..., 

131 tierces dry fish 

58 butts do ,;...;..; 

420 boxes and 5 half boxes dry fish 

145 brls. herring 

102 brls. and 16 half brls. alewives 

27 brls. salmon 

179 brls. , 10 half brls. and 1 qr, brl mackerel. 

20 brls. smoked fish 

40 boxes do ,, . . . 

80 brls. potatoes , 

5 bales hay 

5 bags oats 

1 spar 



5 packages merchandise . 
12 



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A. 1891 



Port of Halifax, 14th March, 1891. No. 651. Contents in the SS. " Alpha."— Con. 



Shippers. 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



Excise. 



A. McDougall . . . 
G. E. Boak & Co 



C. H. Harvey 

E. J. Lordley 

Jas. P. Phelan & Sons 



Morrison & Musgrove. 



50 cases spirits 

95 casks dry fish 

125 brls. herring 

170 boxes dry fish.... 
130 do smoked fish 

34 brls. salmon.. 

5 do mackerel 

10 drums codfish 

95 brls. potatoes 

30 do 

1 box codfish 

1 brls. vegetables 

2 bxs. codfish 

1 brl. mackerel 

3 pkgs. smoked herring . 

10 brls. potatoes 

1 case cabbages 

1 brl. do 

1 cheese 

\2 bxs. extract beef . . 

jl brl. oats 

11 kit mackerel 

1 kit salmon 

10 boiler tubes 

8 bxs. codfish 

41 do 

1 2 coops chickens 

1 40 bags oats 

j25 bags bran 



Excise. 



James Scott & Co. 

Pickfoid & Black 
C. H. Harvey 



1 cask spirits . 



In transit. 



39 pkgs. mdse 

5 brls. potatoes 

1 brl. smoked herring 

1 brl. turnips 

1 drum codfish 

1 brl. do 

1 case lobsters 

2 cases extract beef . . . 



Value. 



$ cts. 



,995 00 

500 00 

850 00 

,950 00 

578 00 

75 00 

GO 00 

237 50 

60 00 

5 00 

1 00 
10 50 
10 00 

4 75 

20 00 

5 75 

2 09 

7 94 

3 00 
2 30 
2 50 
2 50 

8 40 
40 00 

2 50 

21 60 
91 20 

22 00 



10 00 
5 00 
1 00 
5 00 

10 00 

7 00 

8 00 



N. HALL, Master. 

Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of Halifax, the 14th 
day of March, 1891. — S. Crawford, for Collector. 



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A. 1891 



EEPOET INWARDS. 



No. 2361. 



Port of Halifax, April 9th, 1891. In the SS. "Alpha," of Glasgow, 514 tons 
register, 28 men, N. Hall, Master, for the present voyage from Kingston, 
Jamaica. 500 tons weight. — Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 


Description of Packages and Contents. 


E. J. Lordly 

F. G Wainwright 

A. Vizard 


1 pel. specie. 

1 box, 2 crates vegetables, 2 small bags vegetables. 

1 parcel. 


Pickford & Black.. 

C. W. Hayword & Co 

S. 01andSon& Co 

E. Robinson .... 

Capt. R. L. Sandwith 

Naval Storekeeper 


1 case, 1 box fruits. 

4 empty kegs. 

1 empty kilderkin, 63 brls. bottles. 

1 brl. potatoes. 

3 cases merchandise, 1 brl. iron rods. 

1 bag, 2 boxes despatches. 

2 cases equipment. 
44 boxes onions. 

7 boxes onions, 10 small boxes onions. 

3 boxes vegetables. 

1 box flowers. 

2 brls. empty bags, 10 bxs. cut flowers. 
1 box fruit. 

1 case organ (in transit for London). 
1 box cut flowers. 


S. 0. S. () 

Order J. B. Fox 

E. J. Lordly ... . 

W. M. D. Pearman 

Rev. C. W. McCully 

E. Morrison & Co 

Geo. R. Hart. 

Major Stephens 

Hubert Harris 


Fred. Lane 

Pickford & Black. . 


1 do 

106 casks tallow, 17 casks sheep skins. 

1 brl. merchandise, 1 box flowers. 

50 bxs. onions, 11 bxs. tomatoes. 

9 casks metal, 3 casks metal. 

34 crates onions. 

5,539 bags sugar (more or less). 

From Jamaica — 

1 trunk clothing. 

1 case cigars. 
35 bags coffee. 
45 empty casks. 
11 bags cocoa. 

1 case honey. 

1 brl. oranges. 

2 cases merchandise, 12 cases rum, 1 case cordials, 1 qr. 

cask rum, 1 qr. cask ginger rum, 75 brls. oranges. 

2 brls. mixed fruits. 
25 brls. oranges. 

80 do 3 brls. pine apples. 
40 do 3 do 


Mrs. Wainwright 

C. H. Harvey 

Pickford & Black 

P. E. McKerran 

Canada Sugar Refining Co. 

F. W. Hart 


Canadian Express Co 

S. Cunard & Co 

S. Oland, Sons & Co 

J. Parott & Co 

Order (E.G.D) 

Rhodes, Curry & Co. . . 


Pickford & Black 


A. S. Rhodes 

George E. Boak & Co 

Hamilton & Outhet.. . 

Hessian & Devine .... . 

C. W. Outhet 


Wm. Atkinson 

Brennen Bros 

C. H. Harvey 


80 do 3 do 50 bunches bananas. 
85 brls. oranges, 2 brls. pine apples. 
50 do 
2 parcels specie. 





N. HALL, Master. 

Signed and delivered before me at the Court House, Port of Halifax, the 9th 
April, 1891. — G. Roche, for Collector. 



14 



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A. 1891 



EEPOET OUTWARDS. 



No. 715. 



Port of Halifax, 15th April, 1891. Contents in the SS. " Alpha." Eegistered ton- 
nage, 514. Eegistered in port with 30 men. N. Hall, Master for this present 
voyage for Kingston, Jamaica. Pickford & Black, Agents. 



Shippers. 



Musgrove & Co 

S. Oland, Sons & Co . ... 

Lawson, Harrington & Co 
A. G-. Jones & Co . , 

James Eraser.. 

L. Hart & Son 



G. E. Boak&Co. 



Pickford & Black. 



Lawson, Harrington & Co 
Pickford & Black 

Pickford & Black 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



70 boxes codfish 

25 casks do 

25 do haddock 

13 tierces salmon 

213 brls. herring 

42 brls. malt liquor 

6 hogsheads malt liquor 

20 kilderkins do 

40 brls., bottled do 

50 brls. herring . 

50 brls. potatoes 

22 brls. codfish 

20 butts dry fish 

47 tierces do 

135 boxes do 

125 brls. herring 

45 brls. alewives 

10 cases, canned, salt mackerel . 
181 tierces dry fish 

93 butts do 

310 boxes, 5, \ boxes dry fish 

20 brls., 20, £ brls. mackerel 

166 do 36, \ brls. alewives 
260 do herring 

28 do 3, \ brls. salmon .... 

65 boxes smoked fish 

55 brls. potatoes 

5 bags oats 

37 butts shore cod 

70 tierces do 

205 boxes do 

25 do do 

5 butts do 

20 brls. split herring 

155 do R.S. do 

35 do alewives 

29 do salmon 

8 do mackerel 

20 do potatoes 

12 cases clothing 

300 brls. herring . 

4 cases boots and shoes 

1 box canvas 

9 brls. pegs and lasts 

4 boxes lasts 

1 case extracts 

10 boxes medicine 

20 bundles paper hangings 

2 horses 

1 cow 

lcolt 

203 tons coal 

2 cases fluid beef 



Ex- Warehouse. 



48 brls. herring. 
4 drums paint. . 



In Transit. 



4 cases cigarettes . 

15 



Value. 



$ cts. 
350 00 
500 00 
450 00 
273 00 
745 00 
720 00 
41 00 
140 00 
280 00 
175 00 
125 00 
132 00 
410 00 
987 00 
675 00 

500 00 
180 00 

50 00 
3,982 00 
2,186 00 
1,750 00 
360 00 
920 00 
1,118 00 

501 00 
46 00 

132 00 

17 00 

925 00 

1,400 00 

1,025 00 

137 50 

100 00 

80 00 

620 00 

105 00 

435 00 

80 00 

60 00 

3,800 00 

1,200 00 

300 00 

225 00 

90 00 

20 00 

107 00 

200 00 

300 00 

300 00 

40 00 

50 00 

639 45 

150 00 



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A. 1891 



Port of Halifax, 15th April, 1891. Contents in the SS. " Alpha,."— Continued. 



Shippers. 



( Quantity and Description of Goods 



Value. 



E. J. Lordly . 



Pickford & Black. .. 
S. Oland, Sons & Co. 
Walter Mitchell 



Musgrave & Co 40 bags oats 

25 bags bran 

1 kit salmon 

|1 kit mackerel 

8 bxs. codfish 

j8 half boxes codfish 
J. P. Phelan & Son j3 boxes codfish . . 

3 tubs butter 

1 cheese 

7 brls. potatoes 

2 bxs. beef extract 

2 bxs. codfish 

2 brls. potatoes 

C. H. Harvey. . 3 do 

1 brl. turnips 

1 cheese 

2 cases extract beef. . 

1 brl. onions 

14G pkgs. mdse ... . 
6 brls. malt liquor. . 

5 tubs butter 

5 bxs. cheese . . . 

1 brl. hams 

2 horses 

1 case piano 

51 bags oats 

1 case clothing 



E. J. Lordly 

W. Bellfe Co 

W. M. D. Pearman. 
Pickford& Black.. 



$ cts. 



104 00 


31 25 


2 50 


2 50 


40 00 


20 00 


15 75 


25 75 


7 36 


14 00 


9 00 


10 00 


4 00 


8 00 


2 00 


8 00 


10 00 


5 00 


120 00 


25 00 


35 00 


29 00 


200 00 


300 00 


126 00 


168 82 



N. HALL, Master.. 

Signed and delivered before me at the Customs House, Port of Halifax, the 15th 
April, 1891. — C. Almon, for Collector. 



EEPORT INWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, 11th May, 1891. No. 2,656. In the SS. "Alpha," of Glasgow, 514 
tons register, 27 men, N. Hall, Master for the present voyage from Kingston, 
Jamaica, &c. — Pickford & Black, Agents 



Name and Address of Consignees. 



Pickford & Black — (Mrs. Watson, Vancouver) 

(Mrs. Jordan )j 

Davis, Lawrence & Co 

Mrs. S. Munro.. 

S. Cunard & Co . 

Army Service Corps Officer 

Order 

Miss Lithgow 

C. F. Mott 

Brown Bros. ( Montreal) 

John Sealy (St. John) 

A. Sauer (Port Arthur) 

Order 



J. P. Mott & Co 
Anderson & Co. 

Taylor 

S. Cunard & Co. 



16 



Description of Packages and Contents. 



From Kingston — 
1 hf. brl. coffee. 
1 basket effects. 
1 pkge. drugs. 
1 box preserves. 
10 bags coffee. 

1 kit bedding. 

2 bags coffee. 
1 brl. fruit. 

26 hf. chests and 31 caddies tea. 

1 brl. pineapples. 

10 brls. coffee, 20 bags coffee. 

1 case cigars. 

1 do honey. 

5 bags coffee. 

1 brl. pineapples, 6 bunches bananas. 

5 brls. mixed fruit. 

1 brl. s. potatoes, 1 brl. fruit. 



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A. 1891 



Port of Halifax, 11th May, 1891. No. 2,656. In the SS. " Alpha."— Continued. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 



Description of Packages and Contents. 



S. Oland, Sons & Co. 

A. S. Rhodes 

J. Flynn 

C. W. Outhet 

Hessian & Devine. . . 
Pickford & Black . . . 
Hon. A. Brown . . . . 
I T amilton & Outhet 
Win. Atkinson ... . 



Bremner Bros 

John Peters & Co 

Ilessaw & Morrow (Toronto) 



E. J. Lordlv 

Pickford & Black . . . 
Lieut. Blackader . 

Col. Rolph 

Win. D. Pearman . . . 
R. A and R.E. Mess 

C. H. Harvey 

W. Mitchell' 



J. F. Ryan. 



E. Morrison & Co. 
W. M. D. Pearman 



Pickford and Black . 

P. E. McKerrow 

S. Oland, Sons & Co 

T. Lordly 

T. A. DeWolf &Son. 



Musgrave & Co. 
Order 



W. McFatridge. 



'From Kingston — 
90 empty casks. 

2 hf. bxs. and 6 brls. oranges, 10 buchs. bananas. 

1 brl. oranges, 1 brl. pines. 

40 do 5 do 
75 do 5 do 
82 empty casks. 

25 boxes mangoes, 40 pkgs. merchandize. 
25 brls. oranges, 2 brls. pines. 
100 do 10 do 

3 hhds. cocoanuts, 150 bunches baniinas. 
25 brls. oranges, 5 brls. pines. 

12 spars, 20 pes. ebony. 
20 brls. coffee. 

From Bermuda — 

20 boxes onions. , 

2 packages. 

2 do furniture. 

8 do 4 brls. crockery. 

10 boxes onions, 1 box beets, 14 boxes tomatoes. 

2 cases milk punch. 

100 boxes onions, 16G boxes tomatoes. 

36 empty kilderkins, 14 boxes onions. 

1 box preserves. 

100 boxes onions. 

6 crates tomatoes. 

41 boxes do 

10 crates onions, 1 brl. bags. 

1 box beets, 1 box tomatoes, 1 box onions. 

2 tierces hides, 1 brl. hides, 1 crate do 

1 crate tomatoes. 
450 boxes onions, 

144 do tomatoes, 376 crates onions. 

3 crates onions. 
95 boxes do 

2 pkgs. fishing gear. 

From Turks Island— 
1 bag specie. 

165 fathoms chain, 2 anchors, 4 bits and wrench. 
1 brl. indse., 1 brl. and 1 box old metal. 
29 brls. coffee. 
5 tons old iron, 400 lbs. old metal. 



N. HALL, Master. 
Sworn to at Halifax the 11th day of May. 1891. — Gr. Eoche, for Collector. 



26—1 



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Sessional Papers (No. 26.) 



A. 1891 



REPORT INWARDS. 

Port of St. John, N.B. In the SS. " Loanda" (2nd February, 1891, No. 3586), of 
Glasgow, 912 tons register, 24 men, John Kerr, Master for the present voyage 
from Demerara and Intermediate Ports. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 



Hon. G. E. Foster 

O'Shaughnessy & Co 

Collector Inland Revenue 

M. F. Harrison & Co 

Geo. Robertson 

S.J.Jenkins.. 

H. G. Beckwith, Toronto 

F. E. Law & Co , ■ .... 

Turnbull&Co 

B. F. Merrit 

John Sealy 

Thos. L. Boucher 

For Halifax, N.S 

Port Entry— Master 

J. A. Van Wart 

C. Nichols 

15 passengers and 



Description of Packages and Contents. 



From Trinidad — 
2 boxes. 

From Demerara — 

4 planks, 1 logwood. 

4 brls. whiskey. 

From Trinidad — 
1 parcel. 
1 do 

From Barbados — 
1 brl. sugar. 

1 box. 

From Dominica — 

47 brls. oranges, 10 bags cocoanuts. 

5 do 

7 brls. fruit and potatoes, 7 bags cocoanuts. 

From St. Kitts— 

2 casks old brass. 1 brl. old copper. 
1 box samples. 

From Bermuda — 

30 brls. whiskey. 

100 bags cocoa (not to be landed here). 
1 demijohn rum, 2 cases wine. 
1 case maccaroni, 20 cakes chocolate. 
50 cocoanuts. 
usual broken stores. 



H. R. SILVER, Purser. 

Sworn to at St. John, N.B., the 2nd day of February, 1891. — P. Matthews, for 
Collector. 



CUSTOMS CANADA. 

Collector's Office, St. John's, February 23, 1891. 
I certify that the document hereto attached is a true copy of the Outward 






Report of the Master of the Steamship " Loanda," which cleared at this Port for 
Demerara via Halifax and Intermediate Ports on the 4th February, 1881. 

J. K. RUEL, 

Collector. 



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A. 1891 



EEPORT OUTWARDS. 

Port of St. John, N.B., February 4th, 1891. Contents in the " Loanda." Regis- 
tered tounage, 912. Registered in Port of Glasgow, with 27 men, Kerr, 

master for this present voyage for Demerara and Intermediate Ports. — 
Schofield & Co. (Limited), Agents. 



Shippers. 



Northrop & Lyman Co. (Ltd. ) 



Quantity and Description of Goods. 



St. Thomas. 



10 cases drugs 

1 case printed matter. 
Da vi es & Lawrence Co. (Ltd.) 2 do do 

Toronto Lithographing Co, . . ;1 pel. do 

E. B. Col well i23 half-brls. herring. 

Da vies & Lawrence Co. (Ltd.) 1 case printed matter. 



Renaud, King & Patterson . 
Northrop & Lyman Co. (Ltd. 
Davies & Lawrence Co. (Ltd. 

H. W. Anthrop&Co 

E. B. Colwell 

Andrew Malcolm 

John Sealy 



Turnbull& Co 

C. W. Bestwick & Co. 



St. Kim. 



3 cases chairs 

) 4 do drugs 

) 1 case printed matter.. . 
. 5 cases canned haddies. 
. |25 half-brls. herring . . 

200 bxs. herring 

300 do 

2 tubs butter 

35 bxs. b. fish 

1 brl. cheese 

J500 bxs. fish 

10 brls. herring 

25 half-brls. herring. . . . 

20 bxs. cheese 

20 tubs butter 

6 cases salmon 

2 brls. smoked meat . 
25 half-brls. herring. . . . 

4 tubs butter ...... 

5 bxs. cheese 



Davies & Lawrence Co. (Ltd. 
Toronto Lithographing Co. . 

Northrop & Lyman Co 

Moncton Sugar Refining Co. 

W. F. Hathwav 

E. B. Colwell.! 

Andrew Malcolm 



John Sealy. 



G. L. Barbour 
Leonard Bros. 



Geo. Robertson & Co. 
C. M. Bestwick & Co. 



Bell Organ Co 



Antigua. 

)\2 cases printed matter 
|1 pel. printed matter. 

j 13 bxs. medicine 

800 sugar hhd. shooks 

5 bxs. cheese 

50 half-brls. herring . . 

400 bxs. herring 

20 brls. herring 

6 tubs butter 

400 boxes herring ... . 

34 do B. fish 

2 tubs butter 

5 brls. dry fish 

600 boxes herring 

500 do do 

50 do B. fish.... . 
2 boxes merchandise . 
450 boxes herring . . 

10 brls. do 

25 i-brls. do 

15 boxes cheese . 

15 tubs butter 

6 cases salmon 

1 organ 



Value. 



$ cts. 



200 00 

1 50 

7 50 

34 50 

1 50 



245 00 



83 00 
1 50 
27 50 
37 50 
20 00 
27 00 
17 18 

39 45 
20 00 
50 00 
30 00 

40 00 
100 00 
150 00 

35 00 
45 00 
40 00 
30 00 
25 00 



1,809 13 



Consignees. 



A. H. Riise. 

J. H. Fechtenburg. 
J as. Abbott & Co. 
R. W. Hood. 



R. Smith. 

\ A. S. Delisle. 

H. L. Horsford & Co. 

E. S. Delisle. 

H. L. Horsford & Co. 



Watley & Co. 



H. L. Horsford & Co. 



C. H. Simmondc 

Nevis. 



of 



2 50 

7 50 

30G 00 

400 00 

33 40 

75 00 

40 00 

58 GO 

35 00 
30 00 

29 58 
17 18 

30 00 
60 00 
60 00 
50 00 
12 22 
45 00 
30 00 
40 00 
75 00 

113 00 

36 00 
25 00 



American Ice Co. . 

G. W. Bennett & Co. 

S. M. M. Taylor 

T. H. Kelsick. 

T. H. Kelsick. 

G. W. Bennett & Co. 

A. Fred. Archer. 



Archer & Co. 

G. W. Bennett & Co. 
}-T. H. Kilsich. 
Lady E. P. H. Smith. 

McDonald & Co. 

Wenford & Co. 



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Sessional Papers (No. 26.) 



A. 1891 



Port of St. John, N.B., February 4th, 1891. Contents in the "Loanda."— Continued. 



Shippers. 



C. M. Bestwidk& Co. 



Davis & Lawrence Co. 

E. B. Colwell 

John Sealy 

Andrew Malcolm 

G. L. Barbour 

C. M. Bestwick&Co.. 



Davis & Lawrence Co 

Frothingham & Workman. 



E. B. Colwell. 
John Seaty.. . 



Andrew Malcolm.. . . 
C. M. Bestwick & Co. 



Davis & Lawrence Co. 
G. Bent & Son 



H. W. Anthrop&Co. 

J. A. Stockhouse 

Turnbull & Co 

E. B. Colwell 

John Sealy 



A. Malcolm 



James Patterson 
E. L. Barbour . . 



Leonard Br< 



Quantity and Description of Goods 



Antigua. 



400 boxes herring . 
10 brls. do 

25 i-brls. do 
10 boxes cheese . . 
10 tubs butter . . 
cases salmon 



Guadeloupe. 



2 case printed matter. 

25 i-brls. herring 

88(f boxes do 



1,000 do 
000 do 
500 do 
5 brls. 
25 l-brls. 
5 tubs butter . 
5 boxes cheese. 
4 pails lard . . . 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Dominica. 



1 case printed matter. 

1 box hardware 

13 boxes spikes . 

26 kegs do 

3 do do 

25 ^r-brls. herring .... 
300 boxes do 

1 tub butter 

300 boxes herring. . 
10 do do .... 
450 do do ... 
5 brls. do ... 
25 |-brls. do .... 
10 boxes cheese 

4 pails lard 

5 cases salmon . , 



Martinique. 



2 cases drugs 

200 boxes herring. . . . 

4 brls. ham 

2 boxes codfish ...... 

200 boxes herring. . .. 

2 cases canned salmon. 

5 brls. alewives . 

500 boxes herring .... 

100J brls. do 

1,200 boxes do 

5 brls. dry fish 

5 tubs butter 

800 boxes herring 

20 brls. do .... 

4, 125 boxes do 

900 do do 

3 cases C. haddies 

310 boxes herring 

10 brls pollock 

10 drums hake 



Value. 



$ cts. 

40 00 
30 00 
40 00 
50 00 
75 00 
30 00 



1,865 98 



3 00 
37 50 
88 00 
100 00 
90 00 
50 00 
15 00 
40 00 
35 00 
25 00 
8 00 



491 50 



1 50 

9 75 

130 15 

91 20 

7 80 
37 50 
27 00 

8 59 
30 00 

29 40 
45 00 
15 00 
40 00 
50 00 

8 00 

30 00 



560 89 



3 00 
24 00 
99 00 

4 50 
24 00 
16 50 
20 00 
50 00 

150 00 
88 00 
30 00 
28 08 
80 00 
75 00 

412 50 
90 00 
18 75 
37 20 
60 00 
40 00 



Consignees. 



} G. W. Bennett & Co. 



A. Mart. Mercier. 
[j. Flewcot &Co. 

Agent "Loanda. 



M. Dupigny. 
S. J. Walsh. 



Wm. Steadman & Co. 
[ Newman & Co. 

| R. H. Gordon. 



Wm. Stedman & Co. 



A. Duputail. 
M. Coipel. 



do 
A. Hewitt. 
1 






M. Coipell. 



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Sessional Papers (No. 26.) 



A. 1891 



Port op St. John, KB., February 4th, 1891. Contents in the " Loanda" — Continued. 



Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


Consignees. 


C. M. Bostwick & Co 


Martinique. 
10 brls. herring 


$ cts. 

30 00 
40 00 
75 00 
50 00 
30 00 






25J do 

10 tubs butter 

10 boxes cheese 

5 cases salmon 

St. Lucia. 

8 boxes agricultural machines 

2 cases ptd. matter . . 

36 trunks 


J 




1,575 53 




Massey Manufacturing Co. . . 
Davies & Lawrence Co .... 
J. J. Munroe & Son 


300 00 
8 25 
85 20 
40 00 
37 50 
18 00 
17 18 
30 00 


Can. Bank of Commerce. 
F. H. Dupigney. 
Crawford & Montplaiser. 


Bell Organ Co 

E. B. Col well 

John Sealy 


1 organ 

25i brls. herring 

200 boxes do 

2 tubs butter ... 


Macfarlane & Co. 
do 

r Bernard, Peter & Co. 


A. Malcolm. 


300 boxes herring , 

Barbadoes. 
5 cases effects 


Macfarlane & Co. 


T. F. Raymond 


496 13 


E. C. DaCosta. 




9 do 






Stephen Ayer 


1 trunk effects 

1 case harness .... 


i44 14 
66 20 
97 05 

150 00 


C. P. Mussen, Sons & Co. 


M. F. Hathcway 

Dominique Dumas 


10 boxes cheese 

16 tubs butter 


J- DaCosta & Co. 


T. McAvity& Son 


6 pumps, 2 boxes handles, 1 string 
castings and 12 lengths pipe 

Trinidad. 

10 cases splints and 17 cases skillet . . 

8 boxes medicines 

2 cases dyes, &c 

2 do 

2 do 


Blackwood Bros. 


Edson Fitch Co 

Northrop & Lyman Co 

Wells & Richardson Co 


457 39 

30 50 

107 00 

41 25 

18 00 

18 00 

361 95 

20 00 

592 56 

9 00 

7 50 
270 00 

50 00 
75 00 
36 00 
50 00 
40 00 
36 00 
36 00 
72 00 
60 00 
15 00 
40 00 

8 00 
75 00 

100 00 
35 00 


Edga, Tripp & Co. 
A. E. Boland. 
Pratt & Son. 
Amingham & Co., San 

Fernando. 
J. Dalglish, San Fer- 


C. McArthur&Co 

St. Maurice Metallic Paint 

Co 

W. A. Marsh & Co 

Davis & Lawrence Co 

Toronto Lithographing Co. . 


14 bales of paper hangings 

3 brls. oxide 

15 cases boots and shoes 

3 cases printed matter 

1 parcel do 


nando. 
Various. 

E. Tripp & Co. 
Various. 
A. Richard. 
Randolph Rust. 


E. & E. Flewwelling 

B. H. Appleby 

E. B. Col well" 

John Sealy 


480 bdls. box ends and 360 box sides.. 

25 brls. potatoes 

20 half brls. and 30 brls. herring 

400 boxes herring 

500 do 


Turnbull, Stewart & Co. 
Gordon, Grant & Co. 

do 
Turnbull, Stewart & Co. 


A. Malcolm 


Gordon, Grant & Co. 


G. N. Barbour 


400 do 


do 


Leonard Bros 


300 do 


A. Cuming & Co. 
Randolph Rust. 

-Randolph Rust. 


C. M. Bostwick & Co 


300 do 

12 brls. pickled herring 

600 boxes herring 

5 brls. do 

25 half brls. herring 

4 pails lard 

10 tubs butter 




20 boxes cheese .... 

6 cases salmon 


j 



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1891 



Port of St. John, N.B., February 4th, 1891. Contents in the " Loanda." — Continued. 



Shippers. 


Quantit} 7 and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


Consignee. 


C. M. Bostwick&Co 


Trinidad. 

500 boxes herring 

25^ brls. do 

5 brls. do 


$ cts. 

50 00 
40 00 
15 00 
75 00 
75 00 
35 00 
8 00 

2,401 76 


\ 




10 tubs butter 


• Gordon, Grant & Co. 




6 cases salmon 

4 pails lard 

Demerara. 

3 pianos 

3 cases printed matter 


- 


Bell Piano Co 

Davis & Lawrence Co 


1,200 00 

24 00 

353 00 

240 00 

37 00 

50 00 

37 50 

70 00 

27 32 

216 43 


J. S. Belasco. 

Main Street Disp. Co. 

Various. 


C. McArthur & Co 


17 bales paper hangings 


E. G. Seovil 

White & Titus 


30 cases salmon and 25 cases mackerel. 

9 boxes cheese 

25 brls. potatoes ' 


Smith, Bros. & Co. 
Order. 


B. H. Appleby 

E. B. Colwell 

John Sealy 

F. S. Simms&Co 


Sandback, Parker & Co. 


25^ brls. herring 

700 boxes herring 

25 bbls. brooms 


A. Dawson & Co. 
Sandback, Parker & Co* 
S. Wrifred & Co. 




In bond. 




C. M. Bostwick & Co. . . 


2,255 25 

36 00 
33 00 
33 00 
33 00 
33 00 
36 00 
33 00 
33 00 


S. L. Husford & Co. 


do 

do 


11 do 

11 do 


W. Steadman & Co. 
Gordon, Grant & Co. 


do 


11 do 


Agent S. S. 

G. W. Bennett & Co. 


do 


11 do 


do 


12 do 


Randolph Rust. 
McDonald, jr. & Co. 
M. Gospel. 


do 

do 


11 do 

11 do 









H. R. SILVER, Purser. 

Signed and delivered before me at the Custom House, Port of St. John, N.B., 
the 4th day of February, 1891. — J. Barber, /w Collector. 

REPORT INWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, 6th February, 1891, No. 1,8*76, in the SS. "Loanda" of Glasgow, 
912 tons register, 25 men, J. Kerr, master for the present voyage from St. 
John, KB. 

Order. — 100 bags cocoa, in bond from Trinidad. 

Also cargo from St. John, N.B., for West India Islands, not to be here landed. 

A. HEWITT, Purser. 

Sworn to at Halifax, the 6th day of February, 1891, in presence of E. Roche, 
for Collector. 



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A. 1891 



REPORT OUTWARDS. 

Port of Halifax, 10th February, 1891. No. 582, Contents in the S.S. "Loanda," 
registered tonnage 912, registered in Port of Glasgow, with 25 men, J. Keri* ? 
master for this present voyage for Barbadoes, &c. 



PICKFORD & BLACK, Agents. 



Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 




For Barbadoes. 


$ cts. 


S. Oland, Sons & Co 


90 hhds. malt liquor 

6 kilderkins 

24 brls. bottled beer. 
100 casks dry fish. . . 




1,800 00 

42 (K> 

168 00 






2,500 00 






Excise. 


A. McDougall & Son 


25 boxes spirits. . . . 








Denier ara. 




R. J. Hart 


11 brls. albacore. . . . 
1 package merchandi 
14 cases fluid beef.. . 




55 00 


Pickford & Black 


se 


102 00 
450 00 




540 tons coal 


1,620 00 
2,000 00 




4 packages dry goods 






In transit. 


Jos. Wood 


55 cases salmon . 








Ships' stores — 5 bbls. pork, 5 bbls. beef, 1 bag rice. 






Bermuda — In transit. 




Pickford & Black . 










4 casks oil 






















Trinidad. 




Pickford & Black.. 


6 cases dry goods . . . 




3,000 00 




13bdls. duck 


5,200 00 
1,000 00 






Ste. Lucia. 




Pickford & Black 


6 wire cots 


Antigua. 


18 00 


Pickford & Black. 






800 00 






100 00 






St. Thomas. 




R. J. Hart 


I ^brls. salmon 

20 bxs. smoked herrii 

II brls. do 

5 brls. pilot bread . . 
20 M. shingles 


*g 


30 00 

6 00 

18 00 

21 00 






65 00 




1 kit tongues and sou 
70 tubs butter . . 


nds 


1 00 






380 00 






30 00 




5! boxes haddock ... 


9 00 




5^ do hake 


8 oa 



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Sessional Papers 


(No. 26.) 


A. 1891 


Port of Halifax, 
— Continued. 


10th February, 1891. No. 


582. Contents in the SS. ' 


' Loanda," 


Shippers. 


Quantity and Description of Goods. 


Value. 


Morrison & Musgrove. . 




35 brls. herring 

5 cases mackerel. ... 

5 do salmon 

8 brls. pickled polloc 

2 cases wine. 

10 brls. flour ..... 


St. Thomas. 


$ cts. 
105 00 






27 50 

27 00 


E. Morrison & Co 

R. J. Hart 

Piekford & Black 


k 

In Transit. 


32 00 

" 5p 66' 


R. J. Hart 


10 casks haddock 

18 brls. alewives 


15'0 00 






50 00 




48 brls. herring .... 

1 box cheese .... 

2 casks hake 




168 00 






7 00 
25 00 




1 brl. mackerel 


15 00 
40 00 




5 boxes smoked he 

30 tubs butter 

15 brls. potatoes. . . 


rring 


3 00 






200 00 
30 00 




186 boxes codfish 


744 00 




168 brls. herring 

74| do mackerel 

50 do alewives - 


588 00 
108 00 
196 00 




18 casks haddock . 
23 do hake.... 

19 brls. potatoes. . . 
9 do pease 




270 00 

276 00 

38 00 






38 00 




2 do onions 

10 boxes cheese. ... 


11 00 

75 00 




1 brl. beans 

2 drums haddock. 




9 00 
8 00 


G. E. Forsyth & Co... 


St. Kitts. 


500 00 






25 do haddock 


450 00 




30 do hake 


450 00 


Piekford & Black 


100 brls. herring 


325 00 
800 00 


Piekford and Black 




Martinique. 


125 00 








800 00 









CUSTOMS— CANADA. 

Collector's Office, 

St. John, KB., 8th April, 1891. 

I hereby certify that the document hereto annexed is a true copy of the report 
inward of the Purser of the steamship "Loanda," which was entered at this port 
from Demerara viti intermediate ports on 1st instant. 

J. K. EUSE, Collector. 



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A. 1891 



EEPOET LNWAKDS. 

No. 4312. 
1st April, 1891. 

Port of St. John, N.B. In the SS. " Loanda," of Glasgow, 912 tons register, 22 
men, John Kerr, Master for the present voyage from Demerara vid intermediate 
ports. — Schofield & Co., Agents. 



Name and Address of Consignees. 


Description of Packages and Contents. 






Trinidad. 




C. W. Bstwick & Co 

A. C. Srtth 


1 keg merchandise. 
252 brls. asphalt. 


Barbadoes. 




Bank Britis North America . 


100 puncheons molasses. 


Dominica. 




B. F. Merritt 

A. Nelson & Co 

W. C. K. Allan. 


8 bags c. nuts ; 1 brl. ; 2 boxes limes. 
8 brls. oranges ; 5 brls. inf. oranges. 
1 brl. ; 2 boxes limes. 
4 packages merchandise. 


Antigua. 


C. W. Bostwick & v, 


25 puncheons molasses. 
5 bdls. tamarinds. 
20 kegs do 


B. F. Merritt. . 

A. Malcolm 


John Sealy 

Tumbull & Co ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'..'.'.'.'....[.'.['.'.]".'.,'...'. 

G. Biddington ' .....'"/_''.'... 


21 do do 
10 brls. do 
1 parcel do 


St. Kitts. 




J. Sealy 


10 brls. tamarinds. 

3 casks old brass ; 1 brl. copper. 


Fro Bermuda. 




C. W. Bostwick & Co 


16 boxes flowers. 


J. W. Potts & Co 


9 bdls. baskets. 


J. A. Likely * 


1 box. 


Kinstead & White 


1 box flowers. 


Deme^ a 




Schofield & Co 


1 tub butter. 
1 box flowers. 


Wm. Wainwright A 




1 do 
1 box bulbs. 


J. C*. Allison. '. V " - 







54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 26a.) A. 1891 



! RETURN 

(26a) 

To an Address of the House of Commons, dated the 27th May, 1891 ; — For 

(1) Copies of all correspondence and reports to Council on the subject 
of payn.ent of subsidies to the Canadian,West Indian and South American 
Steamship Company, and to Messrs. Pickford and Black, or either of 
them, and for copies of all contracts between the Canadian, West Indian 
and South American Steamship Company (Limited), and Messrs. Pickford 
and Black, or either of them, and the Government, for the steam service 
between Canada and the West Indies, entered into during the year 1890. 

(2) Also the names of persons or companies to whom the subsidies for 
the steam service between St. John, ]N T .B., and the West Indies, were paid 
previously to the execution of the contract by the Canadian, West Indian 
and South American Steamship Company, and the amounts so paid, and 
dates ; also the amount paid, and dates when paid to such Steamship 
Company, after entering into the contract. 

By order. 

GEO. E. FOSTER, 

For Secretary of State. 



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A. 1891 



SCHEDULE OF TENDEKS 

A. From Halifax or St. John to Cuba and return, calling at Havana and Matanzas. B. From Halifax or St. 
Yarmouth if sailing from St. John) to Demerara, and return, calling at Bermuda, St. Kitts, 



Tender and Address. 



Pickford & Black, 
Halifax. 



Pickford & Black, 
Halifax. 



Pickford & Black 
Halifax. 



Pickford & Black, 
Halifax. 



Whinister & Watson, 
and Clay & Service, 
Glasgow. 



Pickford & Black, 
Halifax, 
do 

J. A. Van Wart, for 
self and associates, 
Fredericton, N.B. 
do 

Pickford & Black, 
Halifax. 

do 



J. A. VanWart, for 

self and associates, 
Fredericton, N.B. 
do 



Pickford & Black, C 
Halifax. 



Port in Canada. 



Halifax 

do 
do 



Service. 



Sailing. 



Monthly. 



Every 6 weeks. 



A Halifax .... ]ABas now run- / 

B do .... All monthly J ning. \ 

C do C, 1 month from 

contract. 

A Halifax Monthly As now running . . 

B do do do 

C do Every 6 weeks. . . 2 mos. from con- 

tract. 

Before expiration of 2 years 4th boat to be added for additional. . 
do 18 mos. after 5th boat do 

do 5 years 6th boat do 



To begin. 



Subsidy. 



Per 

Month. 



To continue as now j 
running. 



2 mos. from signing 
contract. 



Halifax 
do 
do 



To contimie for three years at. 
Monthly 



As now running. . . 

do 
1 month from con- 
tract. 

Before expiration of 2 years 5th boat to be added for additional. 
do 18 mos. after Gth boat do 

do 5 years 7th boat do 



To continue for three years at. 
Halifax Monthly 



Halifax . . 

do . 

St. John. 

do . 
Halifax. . 



do 



St. John. 



do 



Halifax toBarbadoes, 
Trinidad and Dem- 
erara ; smaller is- 
lands as arranged. 



Monthly ; regular 
sailing dates. 



Monthly. 



do 

Monthly ; regular 
sailing dates. 

do 



Monthly. 



do 

Every 6 weeks 



When steamers 




built, say 12 mos. 




At once with 


2,000 


"Beta." 




do then new SS. 


2,750 


Within 6 months. . 


3,000 




a trip. 


do 


4,000 




a trip. 


At once to continue 


1,250 


"Alpha." 




At once with " Al 


2,250 


pha, " and put on 




faster boats as 




soon as possible. 




Within 6 months. . 


3,000 




a trip. 


do 


4,000 




a trip. 


Within 2 months. . 


1,500 



Per 

Year. 



60,000 



70,000 



60,000 

10,000 
7,500 
7,500 



85,000 



70,000 

7,500 
7,500 
5,000 

90,000 

£62,500 

£55,000 

24,000 
33,000 
36,000 

48,000 
15,000 



36,000 

48,( 
18,000 



* Will commence service at early date with chartered steamers (10 knots) at subsidy to be arrange 

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A. 1891 



RECEIVED, 31st AUGUST, 1889. 

John to Jamaica, and return, calling at Bermuda and Turk's Island. C. From Halifax or St. John {via 
Antigua, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbadoes and Trinidad. 



Steamers. 



Name. 



"Beta" 

"Alpha" 

Boat = " Beta" or 
if desired not less 
than .. 

"Beta" 

"Alpha". . 

T wo boats = "Beta" 
or 

" Beta " 

"Alpha". 

Boat = " Beta " or. 



Boat at least 
do 
do 



Tonnage. Speed 



1,087 677 



700 net. 



Knots 
11 



n 



700 net. 



11 



700 net. 

1,000 
1,000 
1,000 



First-class Pas- 
senger 
Accommodation. 



Remarks. 



40 or more. 



and after that to be reduced 10 p. c. a year until extinguished. 



" Beta " 








"Alpha" 


. 






Two boats = "Beta" 

or 

Boat at least . . 

do 

do 


700 net. 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 


11 
13 
13 
13 


40 or more. 







Tender No. 9, P. & B. 



Tender No. 10, P. & B. 



and then to be reduced 10 p. c. a year until extinguished. 



Not less than 



Beta 



1,000 net. 



1,087 -677 



30 at least. 



Canadian steamer. 
11 I 35 



Steamer or steam 

ers. 
Steamships. 



"Beta "until new steamship provided. 



do 



1,000 
500 



1,000 
About 750 



"Alpha " on route 
since Sept., 1888. 

" Alpha " until new boat put on. 

Steamer or steam- 
ers. 



Steamship 



do 

1 steamship or more 



1,000 net. 


12 


500 


10 


1,000 


12 


750 net. 


11 



30 



30 



Tender No. 11, P. & B., to which they call 
special attention. 



Route B, to be extended when this boat, 
put on. 



Tender No. 12, P. & B., to which they call 
special attention. 



Route B then to be extended. 

Note — Should the Government not wish to 
subsidize 3 fast boats, P. & B. are open to 
make arrangement in accordance with their 



Alternative tenders propose to have 5 steam- 
ers 12J knots, 2,000 tons capacity, besides 
30 pass. 3 fr. A. & B., and 2 for C. 



Tender No. 1, P. & B. 

do 2 do 
To be provided with all possible despatch. 

2 tenders ; yearly sum not named. 



Tender No. 3 P. & B. 

At Lloyds' 053 ' 514, but extra deck since built. 

Tender No. 4, P. & B. 



Yearly sum not named in tender. 



Tender No. 5, P. & B. 



Condition. — No other steamers to be subsidized by Canadian Government to ports named. 

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A. 1891 



SCHEDULE OF TENDEKS EECEIVET) 











Service. 


Subsidy. 




Tender and Address. 




Port in Canada. 






6 


© 
o 


Sailing. 


To begin. 


Per 

Month. 


Per 

Year. 














$ 


% 


16 


Pickford & Black, 
Halifax. 


C 


Hali fax to Barbadoes, 
Trinidad and Dem- 
erara, smaller is- 
lands as arranged. 

Halifax and places 


Monthly ; every 3 
weeks if busi- 
ness warrants. 


Within 2 months . . 


3,000 


36,000 


17 


do 


C 


Every 6 weeks . . . 


Within 2 months, 


2,000 


24,000 








in advertisement ; 




with steamer, as 












Barbadoes, Deme- 




nearGovernment 












rara and Trinidad 




regulations as can 












to be ports of call 




be obtained; new 












each trip, and other 




boat, or such as 












islands less fre- 




contracted for. 












quently as may be 
















arranged. 










18 


do 


C 


do 


Monthly 


With all possible 
haste ; not less 
than 1 year. 


4,000 


48,000 


10 


J. A. VanWart, for 


c 


St. John via Yar- 


do 


Within 6 months. . 


4,500 


54,000 




self and associates, 




mouth. 






a trip. 






Fredericton, N.B. 














20 


do 


c 


do 


do 


do 


3,500 
a trip. 


42,000 














21 


C. Furness (England) 


c 


St. John via Yar- 


12 round voyages 


Until ss. built by 




50,000 




per Schofield & Co. , 




mouth. See remarks. 


in each year. 


Rollo (1,022 tons), 








St. John, N.B. 








andOrlando(997), 
or by Belair (872), 
and Cipero (866), 
all about 10 knots. 






22 


H. F. Coombs, for 
self and others, St. 


c 


St. John, N.B., vid 
Yarmouth, to places 


Once a month .... 


Within 6 months 
from acceptance 




50,000 




John, N.B. 




named in advertise- 


of tender. 












ment. 










23 


do 


c 


do 


do 


do 




62,500 


24 


do 


c 


St. John vid Trinidad 
to Demerara, call- 


do 


do 




25,000 
















ing at Jamaica, 
















Barbadoes and 
















Trinidad, going and 
















return, and, if al- 
















lowed, to call at 
















.Boston. 










25 


do 


c 


do 


do 


do- 




31,250 


20 


do 


c 


do 


do 


do 




20,000 


27 


do 


c 


do 


do . . do 




25,000 


28 


Joseph Wood, Hali- 


c 


St. John and Halifax 


10 round trips each 


Steamer to be built 


At rate of $2,000 




fax. 




to Bermuda, Mar- 
tinique, Trinidad 


year. 


and to be ready 
b y September, 


for each round 
trip. 








and Demerara, call- 


1890. 












ing at immediate 














islands when suffi- 














cient encourage- 














ment offers, and re- 














turning from Dem- 
















erara, Trinidad and 
















Barbadoes to Hali- 
















fax and St. John. 











Notes. — Contracts for five years in each case except where specially mentioned. Service to be from 
port named in Canada to ports in West Indies, as named in advertisement, unless otherwise stated. No 
tender received for Route D. 



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A. 1891 



31st AUGUST, 1889— Concluded. 



Steamers. 




First-class Pas- 








senger 
Accommodation. 


Remarks. 








Name. 


Tonnage. 


Speed 










Knots 






2 steamships 


About 750 net. 


11 


30 


Tender No. 6, P. & B. 


1 steamship 


1,000 net. 


12 


30 


do 7 do 


2 steamships .... 


1,000 net. 


12 


30 


do 8 do 


Steamship 


1,000 


12 


30 


Yearly sums not named. 


do 


500 


10 






Two first-class iron 


About $1,100 


12 


50 (first and se- 


Steamship to go to Yarmouth after landing 


or steel ss. to be 


each, net. 


to 


cond) besides 


mails, &c, at St. John, and return to St. 


built for service, 




13 


about 2,000 


John before sailing on next voyage ; sub- 
sidy payable monthly on completion of a 


and to be ready 






tons of cargo. 


by next autumn. 








voyage, with proportionate allowance for 


• 








part of a voyage if ss. lost ; estimated cost 
of steamers, £50,000 stg. each. 


Steamers 


As in advertise- 
ment. 


10 


As in advertise- 
ment. 


Figures given for a 10-knot service. 


do 


do 


12 


do 


25 per cent, to be added for a 12-knot service. 
Turk's Island may be substituted for Ja- 


do 


do 


10 


do 










maica as a port of call. 


do 


do 


12 


do 


do do 


do 


do 


10 


do 




do 


do 


12 


do 


do do 


First-class steam- 


$700 to $800 .... 


12 


30 


Tender subject to reply by 20th September, 


ers to be built in 








1889. 


Scotland. 











Route D. — From Halifax or St. John to Buenos Ayres and return, calling at Pernambuco, Bahia, 
Rio Janeiro and Monte Video, and such other convenient ports en route, either in the West Indies or South 
America, as may be agreed upon in the interest of trade. 



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AMOUNTS PAID TO CANADIAN, WEST INDIAN AND SOUTH AMERICAN 
STEAMSHIP COMPANY, AND DATE OF PAYMENTS. 

1890. 

22nd April $8,200 

26th July 4,100 

27th August, 4,100 

30th September 2,050 

2nd October 2,050 

8th do 6,150 

11th December 6,150 

Memo. No subsidies were paid for steam service between St. John, N.B., and 
West Indies, previously to 22nd April, 1890 



Ottawa, 15th January, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — We are now preparing the contract for the A and B services, and 
I shall be obliged if you will kindly let me know what trips have been made by the 
" Alpha " and " Beta " since you received notice of the acceptance of the B and A 
services, respectively. 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, Deputy Minister of Finance. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 21st January, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of your favour of the 15th instant, and note 
contents. 

On the 16th November, Hon. Mr. Foster wrote us, advising that our tender for 
B service had been accepted, and on the 10th December we heard, through Mr. 
Kenny, that the Government had accepted our offer for A service. 

We suppose the contracts for these services will date from and with the Nov- 
ember voyage of the " Alpha," which was begun 15th November, and for the " Beta " 
with the voyage on which she started from here to Cuba, 25th December. 
We shall be glad to receive the contracts at your convenience. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 26th February, 1890. 
West India Contracts. 
Dear Sir, — We understood from you some little time ago that the contiacts for 
the two West India services which we are performing would be forwarded for 
signature. 

These have not yet reached us. We know that you are very much pressed with 
work just at the present time ; but if you would, at your convenience, send them 
along we would be very much obliged. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council, 
approved by His Excellency the Governor General in Council on the '3rd March, 
1890. 

On a report dated 26th February, 1890, from the Minister of Finance, submit- 
ting that, by Order in Council dated the 21st November, 1889, he was authorized to 
enter into a contract with the company represented by Mr. Van Wart for the per- 

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formance of a service between St. John and the West Indies and Demerara via Yar- 
mouth, as therein mentioned, for a subsidy of $4,100 for each round trip, not to exceed 
twelve per year ($49,200). 

The Minister states that the company referred to has been organized under the 
name of " The Canadian, West Indian and South American Steamship Company," 
and it is now performing the service, and a round trip has been made. 

The Minister therefore recommends that he be authorized, on being satisfied 
that the trip has been made in accordance with the terms of the Order in Council 
above referred to, to pay to the company the subsidy for the trip now performed, and 
also the subsidies for all trips hereafter made, in accordance with the terms of such 
Order in Council. 

The Committee advise that the Minister of Finance be authorized to take action 
as above recommended. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council. 

Ottawa, 5th March, 1890. 
Sir, — I have the honour, by direction of the Hon. the Minister of Finance, 
to enclose, in duplicate, copies of the contract between the Canadian, West Indian 
and South American Steamship Company (Limited) and the Queen, and to request 
that you will be good enough to have the same executed at your earliest convenience 
and returned to me. 

I have, &c, 

J. M. COUBTNEY, Deputy Minister of Finance. 
Wesley Van Wart, Esq., Fredericton, N.B. 

Fredericton, N.B., 12th March, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 
5th instant, enclosing contract, in duplicate, between the Canadian, West Indian and 
South American Steamship Company and the Queen. 

I have, &c, 

W. VAN WART. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

New York, 18th March, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — I have chartered the steamer " Loanda " for the West India route. 
This is the one of which I showed you the specification — 899 net, 1,450 gross, 35 
passengers, 11 knots. She bears the reputation of being a good craft, and was the 
best all-round steamer in the market to be had in April. Hope she may prove 
satisfactory. 

Have watched West India shipments from this port during last two days, and 
am more fully convinced than ever that the vast amount of orders that are filled here 
every day could be supplied from Canada muct^ cheaper if our people could get 
established and known in the West India markets. A great quantity of the ship- 
ments are extreme western and Canadian goods, and the expense of handling and 
reshipping at New York is very great compared with our ports ; still the New York 
merchants have the orders and supply the goods, but they can be beaten if we can 
only keep the track open long enough. 

Yours very respectfully, 

GEOKGE. F. BAIKD. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster. 

Ottawa, 18th April, 1890. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black Halifax, N. S. 

Dear Sirs, — I enclose herewith cheque for $10,000 in payment for four round 
trips of the "Alpha," 15th November, 1889, to 10th March, 1890, $5,000 and three 
of " Beta" 24th December, 1889, to 22nd March, 1890, $5,000. I return papers con- 
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nected with trips before the dates named. I shall be obliged if you will, when send- 
ing the Customs certificates, kindly send them only for the voyages which are com- 
plete. Thus, in case of the next batch for the "Beta," begin with the clearance of 
the 1st April and end with the certificate of entrance of the last completed trip. I 
beg to point out that no information or certificate was submitted to show that the 
" Beta " called at Matanzas or to show the cargo taken to or from that port. Would 
you kindly see that this is done in future. I beg to enclose herewith for execution 
the contracts for the services in question, and 1 have to ask that you will be good 
enough to execute and return them to me at your earliest convenience. 
Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, Deputy Minister of Finance. 

Halifax, 24th April, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of your favour of the 18th, enclosing cheque for 
$10,000 on account of subsidies due steamers "Alpha" and "Beta." Please accept 
our thanks for your attention and promptness in this matter. 

We have read over the contracts which appear in order. The documents have 
been completed so far as we are concerned, and we beg to return them to you here- 
with. One copy you will please notice there was an omission in, which we have 
interlined. It can remain as it is, or you can have the sheets re-written, as you think 
best. When completed by the Minister we shall be glad if you will return one copy 
to us. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 17th May, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we send you copies of outward manifests 
ofss. "Alpha" for 15th April and 15th March for Bermuda, Jamaica and Turk's 
Island. Also inward manifests from same ports ,for 7th April and 9th May. Also 
certificate of entries and clearances. This completes all papers for this boat to date 
and we hope that they will prove in order. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 21st May, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque for $2,500 (No. 1765 on Bank of Nova Scotia, 
Halifax) in payment of subsidy for two trips ofss. "Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N. S. 



Halifax, N. S., 26th May, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to thank you for cheque for $2,500 on the Bank of Nova 
Scotia, Halifax, in payment of subsidy for two trips ss. " Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 2nd June, 1890. 

Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith cheque for $5,333.33 in your 

favour, of which $2,000 is in payment of subsidy for one round trip of the ss. 

" Ulunda," and $3,333.33 in payment of subsidy for two round trips of the ss. " Beta." 

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T shall be much obliged if you will kindly in future write separate letters with 
reference to each service for which we make payments. We wish the letters separ- 
ate for the purpose of filing. If it will be of any advantage to you, we will do the 
same. 

I have, &c, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N. S. 

Halifax, N.S., 6th June, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to own receipt of $3,333.33 in payment of subsidy for two 
round trips of ss. "Beta," running between Halifax and Cuba. 
Thanking you for the remittance. 

We beg to remain yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 10th June, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — Referring to your letter of the 24th April last, enclosing contracts 
for the services of the " Alpha" and "Beta," and which I regret I have, through 
press of work, been unable to take up before this, I beg to say that the contracts 
should have been under seal, and will have to be returned for that purpose, as well 
as for the correction of an error in copying by the witness of the words interlined. 
I notice that the contracts are executed by Mr. Black as attorney for Mr. Pickford. 
Under these circumstances, it will be necessary that the power of attorney from Mr. 
Pickford should be filed in this department. As soon as I receive this I will send 
the contracts back for correction of the error alluded to and to receive the seals. 
Kindly let me hear from you at your earliest convenience. 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N. S., 13th June, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we send you outward manifest for ss. " Al- 
pha " for Bermuda, Jamaica and Turk's Island 15th May ; inward manifest for same 
boat from Bermuda, Jamaica and Turk's Island 6th June; also certificate of clear- 
ance. This completes all papers for this steamer to date. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 11th June, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith Finance Department cheque No. 
0429 on the Union Bank of Halifax, N.S., in your favour for twelve hundred and 
fifty dollars ($1250), in payment of subsidy for one round trip of thess. " Alpha." 

I have, &c, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, 17th June, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to own receipt of your favour of the 10th and note its coiir 
tents. 

As some mistake was made in one copy of the contract sent us for signature, 
and as Mr Pickford is now at home, we would suggest that you would send us fresh 
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copies which both members of our firm will execute under seal and return to you. 
Trusting this suggestion will meet with your approval. 

We remain yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 19th June, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — Eeferring to your letter of the 17th inst., I have acted on your sug- 
gestion and send you herewith fresh copies of the contract for execution by both 
members of your firm. Pray let me have them again at your earliest convenience. 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 20th June, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to own receipt of your favour of the 17th, enclosing cheque 
No. 0429 on the Union Bank of Halifax for $1,250 in payment of subsidy for one 
round trip of ss. "Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 21st June, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Herewith please find copy of report outwards of ss. "'Beta" for 
Havana and Matanzas, 31st May ; report inwards from Havana and Matanzas 21st 
June, and certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 24th June, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith Finance Department cheque No. 
1789, drawn on the Bank of Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S., for the sum of $1,666.67 in 
your favour, the same being in payment of subsidy due for one round trip of the ss. 
" Beta." 

I have, &c, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 24th June, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of your favour of the 19th, enclosing two copies 
of contract for West India services, A and B. 

We have duly signed these documents in the presence of a witness, and will 
thank you to return one to us after it has been executed by the minister. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 28th June, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — Eeferring to your letter of the 24th instant, I return you herewith 
contract for West India services A and B, duly executed by Mr. Foster. 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGEEALD, Ass't D.M.F. 



Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 



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Halifax, N.S., 28th June, 1890. 
Dear Sir,— We are in receipt of yours of the 24th, containing cheque No. 1*789 
on Bank of Nova Scotia for $1,666.67, being amount of ss. " Beta " subsidy for 
voyage ending 20th Jane, for which we thank you. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 16th July, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we send you copy of inward and outward 
manifests and certificate for clearance for the ss. " Alpha " to and from Bermuda, 
Jamaica and Turk's Island. This completes all papers for this steamer to date. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

St. John, N.B., 21st July, 1890. 
Enclosed herewith please find manifests steamer "Loanda." If satisfactory, 
please forward subsidy. 

Your respectfully, 

G. F. B AIED, Manager, W. I. SS. Go. 
Hon. G. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Telegram from J. A. Van Wart to Hon. G. E. Foster. 

23rd July, 1890. 
Please forward subsidy for last trip to me to-morrow if possible. 

J. A. VAN WAET. 

Telegram from Hon. G. E. Foster to Geo. F. Baird. 

St. John, 25th July, 1890. 
Certificate forwarded not sufficient. Can you send declaration that " Loanda ' 
stopped at various ports named in contract ? Answer by wire and send certificate 
by mail. 

Ottawa, 25th July, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 21st instant, enclosing mani- 
fests t>f ss. " Loanda " for one complete voyage and part of a second. The voyages 
begin and end at St. John, N.B., and it would prevent confusion and aid in checking 
if the papers sent forward were for completed trips only, and arranged so as to show 
the separate voyages, beginning with the reports outward and ending with the 
reports inward from and to St. John and Yarmouth. The manifests do not show the 
cargoes carried to the several islands and the return freights from each, but on this 
point Mr. Foster will see you in St. John in the course of a few days. Application 
has been made to the Auditor General for the issue of a certificate to pay your com- 
pany $4,100, the subsidy for the round trip performed, but as telegraphed you 
to-day the Auditor General has objected to issue the certificate, as the Customs certi- 
ficate submitted did not show that the vessel called at the various ports named 
in the contract. The collector mentioned that the vessel cleared at a certain time 
for the West Indies, and that she also arrived at a subsequent date from the West 
Indies, but did not mention the particular ports at which the vessel touched. It will 
be necessary for you to send, in addition to the certificates annexed to the manifests, 
which are kept in this department, a separate certificate from the collector of 
customs at St. John for the use of the Auditor General, stating that the vessel cleared 

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at St. John on for via Yarmouth, and arrived at St. John on 

from vid Yarmouth, and this is to be supported by customs certificates of 

arrival and clearance at each port touched en route, or if these cannot be obtained by 
a declaration in solemn form by the master of the vessel, naming the ports touched 
at on the voyage for which subsidy is asked. It would also facilitate matters if all 
letters and papers relative to the issuing of cheques and the proof of the voyages 
were addressed to the Deputy Minister of Finance. 

Yours very truly, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
G. F. Baird, Esq., M.P., Manager, C, W. I. & S. A. SS. Co. (Ltd.) 

Ottawa, 25th July, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith cheque No. 1916 on the Bank of 
Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S., in your favour, for the sum of $1,250, being in payment 
of subsidy for one round trip of the ss. "Alpha." 

I have, &c, 

W. FITZGERALD, 

Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Ottawa, 26th July, 1890. 
On the strength of your telegram that the declaration asked for would be for- 
warded, the Auditor General has authorized the issue of the cheque, and it has been 
sent to-day to Mr. J. A. Van Wart, Fredericton, by direction of Mr. Foster, in accord- 
ance with a telegram to him from Mr. Van Wart. 

W. FITZGERALD. 
Geo. F. Baird, Esq., St. John, KB. 

Ottawa, 26th July, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — I enclose cheque on for $4,100 on People's Bank, Fredericton, in 
payment for round trip of s.s. "Loanda." 

Yours truly, 
W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D. M. F. 
J. A. Van Wart, Esq., Fredericton, N.B. 

Telegram from J. A. Van Wart to Hon. G. E. Foster, 28th July, 1890. 
Draft not received. When mailed, and when may I expect it ? 

J. A. VAN WART. 

Telegram from Bon. G. E. Foster to J. A. Van Wart, 28th July, 1890. 
Sent Saturday. Delay occasioned by lack of certificate. 

G. E. FOSTER. 

Fredericton, N.B., 30th July, 1890. 
Your favour of the 26th instant, enclosing cheque for $4,100 on People's Bank 
in payment for round trip of s.s. "Loanda," received with thanks. 

Yours, &c, 
J. A. VAN WART, President C. W. I. & S. A. SS. Co. (Ltd.) 
The Hon. the Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 30th July, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — We beg to own receipt of your favour of the 25th instant, enclosing 

cheque on Bank of Nova Scotia for $1,250, in payment of subsidy due for one rounc 

trip of ss. " Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Asst. Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

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Halifax, N.S., 5th August, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we send you copy of report outwards for ss. 
" Beta," 30th June, for Havana and Matanzas ; copy of report inwards from 
Havana and Matanzas, 21st July; also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 8th August, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we send you copy of report outwards ss. 
" Alpha," 14th July, for Bermuda, Jamaica and Turk's Island ; copy of inward 
manifests from same ports ; also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 13th August, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith cheque No. 1937 on the Bank of 
Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S., for the sum of $2,916.67 in your favour, of which amount 
$1,666.67 is in payment of subsidy for round trip of the ss. "Beta," and the remain- 
ing $1,250 in payment for round trip of the ss. " Alpha." 

I have, &c, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 15th August, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to own receipt of $1,666 67, in payment of subsidy for one 
round trip of ss. "Beta." 

. Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald / Esq., Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 15th August, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to own receipt of your favour of 13th instant enclosing 
$1,250 in payment of subsidy for one round trip of ss. " Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
Wm. Fitzgerald, Esq., Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 20th August, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Herewith we send you copy of report outwards ss. " Beta " for 
Havana and Matanzas, 31st July ; copy of report inwards from same ports, 20th 
August; also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

St. John, KB., 22nd August, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed herewith please find inward manifests of steamer 
" Loanda " and declaration of Capt. Kerr. The outwards were forwarded in my 
last. 

If satisfactory, please forward subsidy and oblige, 

Yours respectfully, 
Hon. Minister of Finance, Ottawa. GEO. F. BAIRD. 

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Ottawa, 23rd August, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 1949 on Bank of Nova Scotia, Halifax, for 
$1,666.67, subsidy round trip of "Beta." 

Yours truly. 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 27th August,' 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to own receipt of cheque on Bank of Nova Scotia for 
$1,666.67, in payment of subsidy for one round trip of as. "Beta." 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Asst. Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 27th August, 1890. 
Sir,— Referring to you letter of the 22nd inst., I have the honour to send here- 
with cheque No. 14815, on the Bank of Montreal, Ottawa, in favour of the Canadian, 
West Indian and South American Steamship Co. (Limited), for four thousand one 
hundred dollars, in payment of subsidy for round trip of ss. "Loanda." 

I have, &c, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Geo. F. Baird, Esq., M.P., Man. Dir., C.W.I., & S.A. SS. Co. (Ltd.). St. John, N.B. 

Halifax. N.S.. 9th September, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we send you copy of outward manifest ss. 
"Alpha" for Bermuda, Jamaica and Turk's Island, 15th August; inward manifest 
from same ports, 6th September; also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 15th September, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 15087 on Bank of Montreal, Ottawa,, in your 
favour, being for round trip of the ss. "Alpha," $1,250. 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 18th Sept., 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of 15th instant 
enclosing cheque for $1,250 in payment of subsidy for one round trip of as. 
" Alpha, ' for which we are obliged. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 
perG.D.B. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Asst. D.M.F., Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 19th September. 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifest ss. "Beta" 
for Havana and Matanzas, 16th September, also certificate of clearance. This com- 
pletes all papers for this boat to date. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 
per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

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• Ottawa, 22nd September, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — I beg to submit the following offer to perform a steam service from 
St. John, Halifax, to Demerara, calling at Bermuda, St. Kitts, Antigua, Guadaloupe, 
Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbadoes, Trinidad, going and returning. 

Such services to be performed by boats classed Al at Lloyds, twelve knots 
speed and of not less than one thousand tons net register, with accommodation for 
forty first-class passengers. 

Sailings to be on fixed regular dates, and not less than one every four weeks, but 
I am to have the privilege of establishing sailings every three weeks if in the 
interests of trade and the line it is thought desirable by me to do so. 

For sailing every four weeks I ask five thousand ($5,000) dollars per trip, equal 
to sixty thousand dollars per annum, and for each additional sailing, not exceeding 
four, the sum of two thousand ($2,000) dollars is to be paid. 

If the Government promptly accepts this offer I will guarantee to have two 
boats on the route not later than 1st January, 1891. 

Yours truly, 

W. A. BLACK. 
Hon. George E. Foster, Minister of Finance. 

Ottawa, 23rd September, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — In September, 1888, my firm first commenced the West India steam 
service. During the session of 1889, $60,000 was appropriated as a subsidy for the 
development, by steam, of trade with the West Indies. 

In November, 1889, we completed arrangements with the Government to per- 
form two of the services asked for, viz., Canada to Cuba and Canada to Jamaica, by 
which we were to receive a subsidy. 

Whilst operating these lines previous to November, 1889, we did so at a loss to 
ourselves. The routes were very expensive ones, and no return cargoes could 
be got. 

As a portion of the $60,000 placed at your disposal in the winter of 1889 has 
not been expended, I would ask that we be paid for the work performed from 1st 
July, 1889 (from which date the vote was available), until November, 1889. The 
country had the benefit of the services, which were as regular then as they now are. 
As I understand that unless the unused portion of the $60,000 is appropriated 
before the 30th instant, it will be no longer available, and in view of your early depar- 
ture from the capital, I would ask you to kindly give this your immediate considera- 
tion. 

Yours respectfully, 

W. A. BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance. 

23rd September, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — In my letter to-day about West India business I omitted to say that 
from July, 1889, until November, 1889, we were carrying mails by the steamers as 
well as performing the other service for which the subsidy was voted. 

Yours truly, 

W. A. BLACK. 
Hon. G. E. Foster. 

Telegram from Mr. W. A. Black to the Hon. G. E. Foster. 

Farnham, Que., 25th September, 1890. 
When naming sixty -eight thousand to you I did so under the impression it gave 
me forty-five hundred each voyage. I must ask you to amend my offer, making 
extra voyages three thousand, instead of two, which brings this result. I regret 
exceedingly the mistake which I only since leaving discovered, and as Council did 
not meet to-day your report will not have reached Government. Young's Hotel, 
Boston, will find me. 

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Ottawa, 25th September, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith cheques as under, amounting to 
$1,666.66, in payment of steamship subsidies : 

No. 1967— Bank of Nova Scotia, $1,666.66, for one round trip of steamer " Beta." 

I have, &c, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D. M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 26th September, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — At the request of our Mr. Black we enclose you under separate cover 
certified copies of outward and inward reports of steamer "Beta" for Havana and 
Matanzas for season from July, 1889, to December, 1889, inclusive; also certificate 
of entrance and clearance for the above ports. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per Hensley. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 26th September, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — At the request of Mr. Black we enclose you under separate covet 
certified copies of outward and inward reports of steamer " Alpha," for Bermuda, 
Turk's Island and Jamaica; also certificate of entrance and clearance for the above 
ports. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per Hensley. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister Finance, Ottawa. 

Telegram from Hon. G. E. Foster to W. A. Black. 

26th September, 1890. 
My report is before Council on agreement made with you yesterday, and it in- 
cludes the recommendation for your service from July, 1889. Unless you adhere 
to this whole matter will have to stand over indefinitely. Wire. 

Telegram from Mr. W. A. Black to Son. G. E. Foster. 

Boston, 26th September, 1890. 
I rely upon you changing my figures as indicated last night. It had better be 
adjusted now rather than have any question arise hereafter, and Government can 
accept or reject the offer. Am very sorry for £he blunder. 

Telegram from W. A. Black to Hon. G. E. Foster. 

Boston, 26th September, 1890. 
Am leaving for St. John, where I will see you. 

Telegram from Mr. W. A. Black to Hon. G. E. Foster. 

Haverhill Depot, Mass., 26th September, 1890. 
Telegram received. Am greatly disappointed that you did not amend offer. 
It is not in interest of trade or country to crowd a contract on us which is really no 
advance on one which proved unsuccessful. You must be prepared to meet me fairly. 

Certified Copy of a Report of a Committee of the Honourable the Privy Council, ap- 
proved by His Excellency the Governor General in Council on the 1st October, 1890. 

On a report dated 26th of September, 1890, from the Minister of Finance, stating 
that in pursuance of the appropriation made by Parliament for the establishment of 

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steamship communication with the West India Islands and South America, an ar- 
rangement was entered into with the Canadian, West Indian and South American 
Steamship Company (Limited), by which that company agreed to carry on a tem- 
porary service with one vessel making trips every six weeks between St. John, 
JS\B., and Yarmouth, jN".S., and Demerara, in British Guiana, calling at Bermuda, St. 
Kitts, Antigua, Guadaloupe, Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbadoes and Trini- 
dad, which temporary service was to continue until the 1st January, 1891, after 
which period the service was to be performed monthly by two suitable steamers. 

The subsidy payable was $4,100 per trip, being at the rate of $49,200, and a 
contract was to be entered into for a period of five years from the 1st January, 1890. 
The first vessel in the temporary service sailing from St. John on the 8th January, 
1890. 

The Minister further states that in July last the manager of the company in- 
formed the Minister of Finance, that owing to the high price of charters, the heav}^ 
port charges in the West Indian ports, and the other large expenses incidental to 
the opening up and maintenance of the service, the subsidy agreed upon was insuffi- 
cient to maintain the line, and that for each voyage made the company had been 
subject to a very considerable loss, and that it would be impossible for it to carry on 
the service under the existing conditions. 

The Minister of Finance, after consulting with the members of Council then in 
Ottawa, visited St. John, and went carefully into the business of the company, and 
finally, in order to prevent an interruption of communication until Council should 
assemble in the autumn, he agreed to pay the company for each voyage made by the 
steamship "Loanda" on the basis of $49,200 for eight trips. 

The Minister since that time has been in continual communication with the 
above named company, and also with Messrs. Pickford & Black, of Halifax, the next 
lowest available tenderers, and he submits the following report: 

That the trade developed by this line has constantly increased, and shows satis- 
factory grounds for believing that with regular and more frequent communication a 
large and profitable export trade in natural products and manufactured goods can be 
done with the ports of the various countries included in the route. 

That he is of opinion that owing to the extreme length of the voyage and the 
heavy expenses necessarily attendant thereon, it is impossible to secure such a service 
as is needed for the amount appropriated for the route. 

That the company at present carrying on the temporary service has signified its 
inability to continue the service at the proposed rate of subsidy. 

That appended hereto is a copy of an offer made by Mr. Black, of the firm of 
Pickford & Black, one of the original tenderers, by which he undertakes to place on 
the route by the 1st January, 1891. two suitable steamers, each of not less than one 
thousand tons net register, having a speed of twelve knots an hour, and with suitable 
passenger and freight accommodation to perform regular stated monthly trips, for 
the sum of $60,000 a year, and to have the option "of making extra trips, not to 
exceed four per year, for the additional sum of $2,000 per trip. 

The Minister, in view of the favourable outlook for the development of a large 
export trade from Canada to the West Indies and British Guiana, and with the view 
of placing this service upon a strong and permanent basis, recommends that Mr. 
Black's offer be accepted, and he be authorized to enter into a contract with Messrs. 
Pickford & Black, subject to the approval of Parliament, for the carrying on of the 
service on the terms specified in the offer annexed, the contract to be for a period of 
four years from the 1st January, 1891, and the other conditions thereof to be similar 
to those in the agreement made with the present company, with the exception that 
Halifax is to be added to the present list of ports. 

The Minister also recommends that he be authorized to pay the Canadian, 
West Indian, and South American Steamship Company (limited) for each voyage 
made by the steamship " Loanda " at the rate agreed upon by him as above stated. 

The Minister in consideration of the fact that Messrs. Pickford & Black began 
regular sailings to Cuba and Jamaica on services "A " and "B" in July, 1889, and 

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that the amount voted by Parliament for these services was available from that 
period and that the contract was not entered into at that time for these services 
solely owing to the desire of the Government to have the three services "A," " B " 
and " C " commence simultaneously, and on account of the delay which necessarily 
occurred in arranging for and considering the various tenders, recommends that 
Messrs. Pickford & Black be paid for services " A" and " B " as though the contracts 
with them in connection with said services had dated from the 1st July, 1889. 

The committee submit the above recommendations for Your Excellency's 
approval. 

JOHN J. McGEE, Clerk Privy Council. 
To the Honourable the Minister of Finance. 



Ottawa, 2nd October, 1890, 
Dear Sir, — I enclose cheques Nos. 15192 and 15235, on the the Bank of Mon- 
treal, Ottawa, for $2,050 each ($4,100 in all) being in payment for trips made by 
the " Loanda " ending 

4th July and 17th August $6,150 each. 

Less already paid 4,100 on each 






$2,050 
Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D. M. F. 
Geo. E. Baird, Esq., M.P., 

Manager, C.W.I, and S.A. S.S. Co. (Limited), St. John, KB. 

St. John, KB., 3rd October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed herewith please find inwards manifests of steamer " Loan 
da" also declaration of Capt. Kerr. The outward manifest was forwarded some 
time ago. If all is in order please forward subsidy for the trip. 

Yours respectfully, . 

GEO. F. BAIED, Manager, W.L S.S. Co., Ltd. 
Hon. Minister of Finance. 

Ottawa, 4th October, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to send you herewith cheque No. 1971 on the Bank of 
Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S., for $15,000, being in payment for services performed by 
the " Alpha " and " Beta " from the 1st July, 1889, to the trips for which payment has 
already been made, viz. : 

4trips "Alpha" at $1,250 $ 5,000 

6 " " Beta " at $1,666,66 10,000 



I have, &c, 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 



$15,000 
J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 



Halifax, N.S., October 7th, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 4th enclosing 
$10,000 in payment of services rendered by the " Beta " from July, 1889, until the 
time for which payment has already been made. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 

J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

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Halifax, N.S., 7th October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of j^our favour of the 4th enclosing cheque for 
$5,000 in payment for services of the " Alpha " from July 1st, 1889, to November, 
same year, for which we are obliged. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 8th October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — I beg to enclose cheque No. 830 on Bank of New Brunswick for 
$6,150, in payment of subsidy for round trip oi as. "Loanda." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 
Geo. F. Baird, Esq., M.P., 

Managing Director, C. W. I. & S. A. SS. Co. (L'td.), St. John, N.B. 

HALiFAx r N.S., 9th October, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — To meet the requirements of shippers of produce to Cuba, we this 
fall chartered the as. " Bergenseren " to run between Halifax and Havana until the 
end of December. A quantity of exhibits will require to be moved hence to Jamaica 
in November, and a number of exhibitors wish to go out to that Island with their 
goods. 

To enable us to satisfactorily move the exhibits, and provide for the passengers, 
we ask if you will give permission to place the " Beta" on the Jamaica route during 
December, January and February, the Cuba service being maintained during these 
months by the ss. " Bergenseren," 665 tons, six years old, carrying, as you will see 
by the manifest, as much cargo as the " Beta." 

We are taking exhibits at a low rate of freight and have also largely reduced 
passenger rates, hoping that with fortnightly sailings during the three months 
named, a large number of our people may be induced to visit Jamaica. 

As we cannot find another steamer so suitable for the business as the "Beta," 
she having ice houses, and other necessary fittings for this trade, as well as large 
passenger accommodation, we hope that you will accede to our request. 

Your truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 9th October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — To enable us to move the produce that was offering for Cuba we 
chartered the Norwegian Steamer " Bergenseren " for three months, and for the in- 
formation of Hon. Mr. Foster as well as the Government we enclose certified copy 
of this boat's outward report. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa." 

Halifax, N.S., 16th October, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — We understand from Mr. Baird that the Government are not dis- 
posed to continue with him for another trip of the " Loanda," which is rather dis- 
appointing news to us. 

When offering to start the new service, and in accordance with our understand- 
ing with you, Mr. Baird was to continue the " Loanda " this year and we were to 
make a beginning in January. To this end our Mr. Black has been working, and 
all our negotiations for steamers have been in this same line. We are experiencing 
difficulty in getting the boats required, even for January, but it will be utterly out 
of the question obtaining them for December sailing from Canada. 

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The "Loanda" is not a suitable boat in our opinion, and from reports which 
have lately reached us this opinion is confirmed. It may be, that we shall be com- 
pelled to continue her after 31st December, but only because we are forced to shall 
it be done. 

We sincerely hope that you will make some arrangement with Mr. Baird's 
Company for another trip with " Loanda" ss. so as to avoid any interruption of the 
service which is not by any means desirable contract. We shall be glad to receive 
this for execution so that it may be completed before our Mr. Black leaves for the 
south. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa, 

Ottawa, 21st October, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — I am in receipt of your letter of late date, asking that for the 
period of three months the " Bergenseren " may be substituted ior the " Beta " in 
performing the service between Halifax and Cuba, it being, as you say, on the 
understanding that the " Beta" is to be transferred during those three months to the 
Jamaica route, giving additional trips on that route in conjunction with the " Alpha." 
In reply, I may say that although the Government are very desirous of maintaining 
the service to Cuba, as well as the other services for which you have contracted, 
strictly within the terms of the contract, yet under the special circumstances I am 
authorized to allow the above named substitution for the three months desired on 
the understanding that it is not to constitute a precedent, and that thereafter all the 
conditions of the contract as to tonnage, speed, &c, must be maintained. 

Yours truly, 

GEO. E. FOSTER. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 21st October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we hand you certified copies of the reports, 
inward and outward, and certificate of entering and clearing, of the ss. 
" Beta " on her two last trips from and to Havana. We shall be pleased to have 
cheque for subsidy due. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

Per Hensley. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 21st October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Under separate cover we hand you certified copies of the report, 
inward and outward, and certificate of entrance and clearance, of ss. "Alpha" 
at this port. We shall be pleased to have cheque for subsidy due. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per Hensley. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 21st October, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 16th instant, asking that if 
possible the Government continue the " Loanda " for another trip in order that there 
may be no serious interruption in the C. service. I find that the appropriation made 
by Parliament will not be sufficient to pay for another trip, after we have paid for 
the trip now in progress and the six trips to be made by yourselves between the 1st 
January and 1st July, 1891. Taking into account the changes lately made in con- 
nection with the West Indian contracts, I cannot advise asking Parliament for a 

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special vote for another trip of the "Loanda," and consequently have advised Mr. 
Baiid that the Government will pay for the present trip as the last to be performed 
by his company. I hope that you will arrange for your first vessel to leave St. John 
as early as possible in December, and thus avoid too long an interruption in the 
trade. The contract for the C. service is now being prepared, and will be forwarded 
to you in a few days. It is in all respects a copy of the contract previously had 
with the company now performing the service, varied to suit the altered conditions 
of our agreement with you. 

Yours truly, 

GEO. E. FOSTER 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Telegram from Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. G. E. Foster. 

23rd October, 1890. 
The result of enquiry for past three weeks is that steamer " Eowena " is the 
only suitable boat obtainable for Demerara service. She has passenger accommoda- 
tion. Steams twelve knots. Carries thirteen thousand five hundred barrels, 
exclusive of bunkers and water ballast. Gross tonnage, thirteen hundred and fifty- 
three. Under-deck tonnage ten hundred and ninety-seven. Net eight hundred and 
fifty-eight; classed Al. Is on this side, and we can arrange for her to take 
"Loanda's" place about 1st December. She costs us $500 more monthly than 
f Loanda " would, but we are willing to pay the difference as she carries as much 
cargo, and in every way is more suitable. Hope she will be acceptable. Kindly reply 
promptly. Owners are awaiting our cable reply. 

Telegram from Hon. G. E. Foster to Pickford & Black. 

23rd October, 1890. 
For what minimum time do you wish to charter " Eowena " ? 

Telegram from Pickford & Black to Hon. G. E. Foster. 

23rd October, 1890. 
Six months, to enable Mr. Black who leaves immediately to procure ships that 
will meet the requirements of contract. 

Telegram from Hon. G. E. Foster to Pickford & Black. 

23rd October, 1890. 
I will accept "Eowena " as represented by you for three months, subject then to 
recall if found unsuitable. The second vessel must be up to requirements in speed 
and tonnage, and after six months' terms of contract must be fully met. 

Telegram from Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. G. E. Foster. 

24th October, 1890. 
Thanks for arranging about " Beta." We have cabled to secure " Eowena," and 
as soon as fixed will advise you. 

Halifax, N.S., 24th October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of yours of the 21st, and note contents in refer- 
ence to the continuance of the " Loanda " for another trip, and to meet your wishes 
are in negotiation for the charter of the "Eowena " to commence the service under 
our contract early in December, all of which has been already communicated to you 
by telegram yesterday. 

S S. " Beta." We thank you for your permission to allow this ship to be taken 
off her route and substituted by the " Bergenseren " for three months, during which 
time the " Beta " will be employed on the Jamaica service. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

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Ottawa, 25th October, 1890. 
Sirs, — I enclose a cheque for $1,666.67 for round trip of " Beta," clearing from 
Halifax 23rd September, 1890, and arriving at Halifax 13th October, 1890. The 
trip begins and ends at Halifax, and to avoid confusion it is better to send the mani- 
fests and certificates for the completed trips. I notice in this case you send the in- 
ward manifests for 16th September, a trip which has been paid for, and the outward 
manifest for the 15th October, a trip not completed, and certificates for the same 
dates. Will you kindly send me only the papers relating to the trip for which sub- 
sidy is due, the trip beginning and ending at Halifax. There is only one trip now 
due. 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 



Ottawa, 25th October, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith cheque No. 0452 on the Union 
Bank of Halifax, Halifax, N.S., in your favour, for the sum of $1,250, being in pay- 
ment of subsidy for one round trip of the ss. "Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 25th October, 189G. 
Dear Sir, — Demerara service. We think it will be an advantage to have the 
steamers on this route calling at the Island of St. Thomas, which is a central place 
in the West Indies and point of call for most of the steamship lines running there, 
both from England and elsewhere. 

May we be allowed to send our boats there should we desire to do so ? 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
Hon. George E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 29th October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of yours of the 25th, containing cheque for $1,666.67 
for last trip ss. " Beta." 

We note your instructions with reference to making each trip end on the return 
trip to Halifax, and in future will take care to conform to your request. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 29th October, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of yours of the 25th, containing cheque for $1,250 
in payment of subsidy for one round trip of the ss. " Alpha," for which we thank you. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Telegram from Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. Geo. E. Foster, 

1st November, 1890. 
As Mr. Black expects to leave Thursday next for West Indies, would you kindly 
have contract for Demerara service here for completion early next week. " Eowena " 
owners now cable that difficulties exist in getting her here in time. Should it not 
be arranged, may we substitute "Bonavista," built 1884? Eleven tons smaller, but 
with good accommodation for forty first-class passengers. In other respects quite 
as suitable as " Eowena." 

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Telegram from Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. Geo. E. Foster. 

1st November, 1890. 
Kindly wire to-night, if possible, whether " Bonavista " is acceptable. Other 
parties are wanting her. Owners consequently pressing for reply. She was em- 
ployed for four winters out of New York, similar business. 

Reply. 

3rd November, 1890. 
Contract sent to-day. u Bonavista " is short, wide and of low horse-power. Her 
speed would be inferior. Better take "Loanda" or "Kowena." 






Ottawa, 3rd November, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith contracts in duplicate for the C 
service (St. John, Halifax and Demerara) executed by Mr. Foster. Would you 
kindly execute and return to me at your earliest convenience one of such contracts, 
the other being for yourselves ? 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, JD.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 4th November, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifest, ss. " Beta " for 
Havana and Matanzas, 15th October; copy of inward manifests from same ports, 
4th November. Also certificate of clearance. 

(Yours truly, 
PICKFORD & BLACK, 
per C. S. Pickford. 

The outward manifest for this steamer was sent you before, but as same did 
not complete her trip, we thought we had better send it with the rest of the paper, 
so that complete papers for the trip would reach you under one cover. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister Finance. 

(Telegrams.) 

Pickford & Black to Minister of Finance. * 

§6th November, 1890. 
We have chartered the " Loanda " for first voyage under our contract to sail 
from St. John about 8th December. It has been exceedingly difficult to obtain suit- 
able tonnage. 

Same to same. 

7th November. 
For a second boat on Demerara route the "Bonavista" is the most suitable 
offering — in fact, no other boat as suitable as she has been named. If you approve 
of her we can close with owners so as to start her about 1st January. 

J. M. Courtney to Pickford <f- Black. 

7th November. 
Acting Minister of Finance directs me to say that we cannot accept " Bona- 
vista." See Mr. Foster's telegram to you of 3rd instant. 

Messrs. Pickford & Black to Mr. Courtney. 

7th November, 1890. 

" Rowena " again offering. Will you accept her for second boat ? Rush reply. 
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Messrs. Pickford & Black to Minister of Finance. 

7 th November, 1890. 
We have chartered the " Loanda " for the first boat, and we wanted " Eowena " 
for the second one; we have tried all through England to get a boat up to the 
requirements, but have not been able to; we want to keep up regular sailings every 
three weeks after we started. Mr. Black left yesterday to look after the buying of 
new boats for the route and they will be put on as soon as possible ; we would only 
charter " Eowena " until we could get suitable boats for the route. Please answer 
promptly; owners waiting. 

Hon. Mr. Bowell, Acting Minister of Finance, to Pickford & Black. 

7th November, 1890. 
Will accept " Eowena " on terms of Mr. Foster's telegram of 23rd October last. 



Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. M. Bowell. 

13th November, 1890. 
Find it impossible to get " Eowena " on this side in time to keep up regula 
sailings every three weeks after we start, and would only keep chartered boa 
until we can secure ships in every way up to the requirements. Will you not 
accept " Bonavista " for second boat ? 



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Hon. Mr. Bowell to Pickford & Black. 

13th November, 1890. 
No vessel of inferior tonnage, capacity or speed to "Eowena" can be accepted, 
and only temporarily, as per previous telegrams. 

Pickford <$c Black to Minister of Finance. 

7th November, 1890. 
Eeferring to our letter, 25th, have we permission to call at St. Thomas? 



J. M. Courtney to Pickford & Black. 

7th November. 

Minister abseflt. Cannot find letter of 25th. Kindly send copy. 
Pickford & Black to Hon. M. Bowell. 



8th November. 

We simply asked Minister for leave to call St. Thomas. He probably over- 
looked letter. Have we permission ? Wire answer as we wish to advertise. 

J. M. Courtney to Pickford & Black. 

8th November. 

Mr. Bowell directs me to say that you may call at St. Thomas this trip. 
Kindly send copy of your letter to Mr. Foster. You were telegraphed yesterday 
accepting " Eowena " for second boat. 

Halifax, N.S., 7th November, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — Enclosed please find contract for Windward service, duly signed and 
witnessed. We thank you for your prompt attention to this matter. 
Our Mr. Black left yesterday for the Windward Islands. 

Yours truly, 

P1CKFOED & BLACK. 






Hon. George E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

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Halifax, N.S., 10th November, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifest as- 
r Alpha," for Bermuda, Turk's Island and Jamaica, 15th October; copy of inward 
manifest from same ports, 10th November. Also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

Per 0. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 17th November, 1890. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th 
instant, with enclosure of contract for service from St. John and Halifax to 
Demerara and return, duly executed by you. 

I have, &c, 
J. M. COUETNEY, Deputy Minister of Finance. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 19th November, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — "We confirm several wires that have passed between us re steamer 
for the Windward Islands route from St. John and Halifax. We have chartered the 
"Loanda" for our first boat, and intend to sail her from St. John on the 6th and 
Halifax on the 11th. We have been trying all through England to get a suitable 
steamer to place on the route for the second boat, and had almost closed the 
" Rowena," but owners declined the business. We have worked on two or three other 
boats, but have failed as yet to close one, — in fact, the nearest we can come to the 
requirements is the " Bonavista." We have asked you if you would accept this boat, 
and have had your reply that she was unsuitable. We wished to keep up regular 
sailings every three weeks after we started, as we think it would be a benefit to our- 
selves as well as a very great one to the country. We enclose you herewitk plan of 
the ss. " Bonavista," and would like you to look over it carefully, and see if 
you would not allow us to use this boat as a second steamer until we could get a 
better one. We might say that we would only charter her for two trips, option of 
three or more, so as to have the right to cancel the charter when we thought fit. 

Our Mr. Black has left for the West Indies, and from there goes to England to 
see about the building of steamers for the route. 

The Record gives the ''Bonavista" horse power as 160. You can tell very 
little about this, as some steamers on a power of 160 will steam faster than others on 
a greater horse power. You might wire us on receipt of this what your decision is. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
Hon. M. Bowell, Acting Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 22nd November, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — Referring to telegrams of 7th and 8th inst., re your steamer from 
St. John calling at St. Thomas, I beg to say that I have since found your letter of 
the 25th ult., in which you ask permission to be allowed to send your boats to St. 
Thomas, and I have been directed to point out that the population of the island is 
only 5,000 and the imports not more than $13,000, and to call will involve time, 
making the round trip longer, and to ask you to be good enough to state fully for 
the consideration of the Minister your reasons for asking to be allowed to call at the 
island in questiou. 

Yours very truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D. M. F 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 
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Telegram from Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. M. Bowell. 

25th November, 1890. 
.Referring to our letter of 19th instant re " Bonavista," will you kindly telegraph 
your decision ? 

Reply. 

26th November, 1890. 
Eegret cannot alter decision as given in former telegrams. 

M. BOWELL. 

Halifax, N.S., 26th November, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of your favour of the 22nd and note contents. 

Apyou are no doubt aware, some time ago the .Royal Mail steamer from South- 
ampton made St. Thomas the first port of call from England, and the connecting 
steamers through the West Indies called there for the mail. A steamer from Halifax 
connected with the steamer there, but after the English boats started going to 
Jamaica before going to St. Thomas the Halifax boat was taken off and ran to 
Jamaica. A considerable trade was worked between Halifax and St. Thomas, but of 
course was discontinued after the withdrawal of the steamer. Since then a sailing 
vessel has been sent out whenever a full cargo could be collected together, but this 
of course was very hurtful to the trade, as they were very irregular. Our idea was 
to again try to build up this trade if possible, by giving regular steam communica- 
tion from here. The time lost in going to St. Thomas would be very little, say aj 
day at the outside. 

We enclose you a clipping from one of our papers, giving the exports to this place 
by a sailing vessel. 

You might advise as soon as possible whether we have the leave to call at that 
port or not in future. 

Yours truly, 

PiCKFOKD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 27th November, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifest ss. " Beta " 
for Havana and Matanzas, 5th November ; copy of inward manifest from same 
ports, 26th November; also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
Per C. S. P. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, ?8th November, 1890. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 2008 on Bank of Nova Scotia, Halifax, for 
$1,666.61, round trip of ss. " Beta," service A. 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGEKALD, Asst. B.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Ottawa, 28th November, 1890. 

Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 2009 on Bank of Nova Scotia, Halifax, ii§ 
your favour for $1,250, subsidy for round trip of ss. "Alpha," service B. 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGEKALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

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Ottawa, 29th November, 1890. 

Dear Sirs, — I send you herewith cheque No. 2011 on Bank of Nova Scotia, 
Halifax, $1,666.66, in payment of round trip of "Beta " to Havana and Matanzas 
(5-26 Nov.). 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, 1st December, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 28th ult., 
enclosing cheque No. 2008 for $1666.67, in payment of the subsidy of the round trip 
of the ss. "Beta," service A. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 1st December, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 28th ult., 
enclosing cheque No. 2009 for $1,250, in payment of the subsidy of the ss. " Alpha" 
for the round trip, service B. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Ottawa. 

St. John, N.B., 1st December, 1890. 

Dear Sir, — Enclosed herewith please find manifests steamer "Loanda," with 
declaration of Capt. Kerr. If satisfactory, and in order, please forward amount of 
subsidy early as convenient, as I am desirous of closing up the company's accounts 
this week. 

Yours respectfully, 

GEO. F. BAIRD, Manager. 
P.S. — Should anything further be required please wire. 

G. F. B. 
Hon. Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 2nd December, 1890. 

Dear Sirs, — Be St. John, Halifax and Demarara service, I am directed by the 
Hon. Mr. Bowell to say, in reply to your letter of the 26th ultimo, that he sees no 
objection to the calling of your vessel at St. Thomas, provided it causes but one day's 
delay, but this permission is to be subject to be withdrawn, should it bo found to be 
in the interests of the service to withdraw it. 

Yours very truly, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D.M.F. 



Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 



Halifax, N.S., 3rd December, 1890. 



Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 29th ult., 
enclosing cheque No. 2011 for $1666.66, in payment of the subsidy of the ss. " Beta " 
for her round trip. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Ottawa. 

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Telegram. 

From Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. M. Bowell. 

Halifax, 8th December, 1890. 
Will you accept either " Portia" or "Miranda" for Windward Island route ? 
Eeply quickly. 

Reply. 

9th December, 1890. 
Cannot accept " Portia" or "Miranda," or any boat inferior to " Eowena." 

Halifax, N.S., 8th December, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed please find copy of outward manifest for the " Alpha " for 
Bermuda, Turk's Island and Jamaica, 15th November. Inward manifest from the 
same ports, 8th December ; also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa, 

St. John, N.B., 8th December, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed herewith please find certified copy of the outward mani- 
fest, fourth trip of the " Loanda." 

The same got mislaid and passed my notice in enclosing paper 1st December 
to your department. 

Your respectfully, 

GEO. F. BAIED. 
Hon. Minister of Finance. 

Telegram. 

From George F. Baird to Deputy Minister of Finance. 

10th December, 1890. 
Have you received manifests fourth trip of " Loanda" ; are they satisfactoiy ; 
when will subsidy be forwarded ? Please answer. 

GEO. F. BAIED. 

Ottawa, 11th December, 1890. 
Dear Sir, — I enclose cheque No. 16155, on Bank of Montreal, Ottawa, for 
$6,150, payable to order of Canadian, West Indian and South American SS. Co.(Ltd.), 
for round trip of " Loanda." 

Yours truly, 

C. W. TEEA DWELL, 

for D.M.F. 
G. F. Baird, Esq., M.P., Managing Director, C, W. I. and S. A. SS. Co. (Ltd.) 

Telegram. 

From Mr. W. Fitzgerald to Mr. G. F. Baird, 

11th December, 1890. 
Cheque sent you to-day. 

Ottawa, 18th December, 1890. 
Gentlemen, — I enclose cheque No. 16236, on the Bank of Montreal, Ottawa, 
in your favour, for $1,250, in payment of subsidy for round trip ss. " Alpha," 
service B. 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGEEALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N. S. 

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Halifax, N.S., 22nd December, 1890. 
Sir, — We are in receipt of yoi 
i subsidy for the round trip of 
thank you. 



Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of your check No. 16236 for $1,250, being pay- 
ment of the subsidy for the round trip of the ss. ''Alpha," service B, for which we 






Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Asst. Deputy Minister Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N. S., 6th January, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifest ss." Alpha," 
for Bermuda, Turk's Island and Jamaica, 15th December, 1890; inward manifest 
from same ports, 6th January ; also certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOKD & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Port of Spain, Trinidad, 9th January, 1891. 

Dear Sir, — Confirming a conversation I had with you in Barbadoes with refer- 
ence to steam communication between Canada and the Bahama Islands, as requested, 
I now submit in writing my proposals, which are made on behalf of Messrs. Pickford 
& Black, of Halifax, N.S. 

Before steamers commenced running between New York and Nassau quite a 
large trade was carried on between the Bahamas and Nova Scotia, but which of late 
years has dwindled away to almost nothing, no doubt because of the absence of 
steam connections. 

His Excellency Sir Ambrose Shea, K.C.M.G., Governor, &c, of the Bahamas, 
being desirous of renewing and extending trade relations with Canada, asked my 
firm to undertake a steam service between the islands of the group. 

This we could not do, unless communication was obtained between Nassau and 
Canada. 

The most economical and only practical way of obtaining such communication 
is to have the ss. " Beta," now running between Halifax and Cuba, call at Nassau, 
and although it will take her a considerable distance out of her course on the 
passage to Cuba, and a much greater distance on the passage from Cuba, besides the 
loss of the assistance of the Gulf stream homewards, my firm are willing to under- 
take the service with the ss. "Beta" in connection with the Cuba route for five 
thousand dollars per annum. 

I have made an arrangement with Sir Ambrose for the inter-insular service, 
contingent upon your Government granting us the amount above asked for. 

New York is now sending by steam to Nassau about 12,000 barrels merchandise 
monthly. With control of the inter-insular service, Canada should largely supply 
the Bahamas, especially as the people of these islands appear particularly desirous 
of trading with Canada. 

I shall be glad of an early reply to my firm in Halifax, as I wish, if the con- 
tract is to be completed, to procure a boat whilst in England. 

I have &c, 

W. A. BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, D.C.L., Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 10th January, 1891. 
Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 0472 on Union Bank, Halifax, for $1,250, subsidy 
round trip ss. " Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGEEALD, Asst. D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

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Ottawa, 13th January, 1891. 

Dear Sirs, — Referring to the contract between you and the Government for 
steamship services to the West Indies, I have to request that you will be good 
enough to advise me as to the dates fixed for the regular sailings of your vessels 
from St. John and Halifax. The Post Office Department wish to have this informa- 
tion, so that provision may be made for a regular mail service, to be announced 
by advertisement to the pubic, and also for the establishment of a system of 
money orders and of parcel post with the different West India Islands. 

The Department has not yet been advised as to the date of sailing of your 
steamers from St. John during the present month. The understanding was that a 
vessel should leave St. John about the 1st of the month. 

Kindly let me hear from you as quickly as possible. 

Yours very truly, 

GEORGE E. FOSTER. 
Messrs. Pickpord & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 14th January, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 10th inst., 
enclosing cheque No. 0472 on the Union Bank for $1,250, in payment of the round 
trip ss. "Alpha," for which we are obliged. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Asst. Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 19th January, 1891. 

Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of yours of the 13th, in reference to our contract 
with the Government for steam service from St. John, to the West Indies, and in 
reply beg to state that we have the ss. " Loanda " chartered for two voyages, one 
of which she is now performing, and will sail again from St. John on the 3rd of 
February and from Halifax about the 10th. We have as yet been unable to find a 
second boat tor the service, having during your absence offered several which, not 
being quite up to the requirements, were refused by the Government. Our Mr. 
Black, as you are aware, has been through the West Indies, will reach England at an 
early date, and on hearing from him we hope to be in a position to supply you with 
fixed sailing dates and an efficient, regular service, which we cannot possibly do 
while having, as now, to depend on chartered ships as it seems impossible to get the 
master of a chartered boat to make the slightest effort to keep time or sailing dates. 

In addition to our wish to provide as soon as possible for the efficient carrying 
out of this service, we have the further incentive to get our new boats as,soon as 
possible, that we may be freed from the annoyance we now experience in having to 
run a ship like the " Loanda." 

Under the above circumstances, you will see that it would be inadvisable at 
the presnt moment for us to ^tate dates for mail purposes, which dates it might be 
absolutely impossible for us to keep, owing to circumstances over which we have no 
control ; but we hope before another month to be in a position to give you the neces- 
sary assurance of regular sailing dates. 

We are, &c, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 29th January, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find report outward for the ss. " Beta ' 
for Havana and Matanzas, 5th January, copy of report inwards from the same ports 
27th January, and certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 
per C. S. Pickford 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

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Ottawa, 30th January, 1891. 
Dear Sirs, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 19th inst. re. sailings of steamers 
on C service. I hope that nothing will be allowed to prevent fixed and regular 
yailiuo-s from and including February next. It is the essence of the contract, and 
besides, as you well know, is essential to the success of the line in a private as well 
as in a public view. 



Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 



Yours truly, 

GEOEGE E. FOSTEE. 



Ottawa, 30th January, 1891. 
DearSirs, — lam in receipt of letter dated the 9th inst. from Mr. Black, of 
your firm, from port of Spain, Trinidad, in reference to the " Beta " calling at 
Nassau in connection with the Cuba route for $5,000 a year. I will be glad to know 
what route \he vessel would take, and at what ports in the Bahamas it is proposed 
to call. 

Yours truly, 

GEOEGE E. FOSTEE. 
Messrs. PicKFtRD & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 5th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir,— In reply to yours of 30th January in reference to service C, we beg 
to state that our Mr. Black has just reached England, and we hope at a very early 
date to be in a position to advise you of his having succeeded in chartering a suitable 
boat to fill the gaj until we can have the new boats ready for the service, which you 
may depend upon us doing at the 'earliest possible moment, as we fully realize that 
the success of the undertaking depends largely upon us being in a position as soon 
as possible to make regular sailing dates, which we cannot do as we are at present 
situated. 

We remain yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa, Ont. 

Halifax, N.S., 5th February, 1891. 

Dear Sir, — In reply to yours of 30th January, we beg to state that the service 
for which we ask an acditional subsidy for the ss. "Beta" of $5,000 a year is as 
follows: that this vessel will on every voyage to and from Cuba call at Nassau and 
there connect with the seamer which we propose to run from Nassau to the follow- 
ing points : New Providence, Gregory Town, Governor's Harbour, Eock Sound, 
Tarpin Bay, Arthur's Tcwn, San Salvador, Watling's Island, Eum Cay, Clarence 
Town, Long Cay, Matthews Town, Cherokee Sound and Green Turtle Cay. 

We have every reason, to hope that the service, such as above indicated, will 
result in a considerable development of trade between Canada and the Bahamas, 
which is now altogether monopolized by our neighbours in the UniTed States. 

Hoping that you may uok favourably on the proposal and give us an early 
answer, as our Mr. Black is new in England for the purpose of buying ships for this and 
the Windward Island service and will, of course, await your decision before making 
any final contract. \ 

We have, &c, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 6th February, 1891. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 577 on People's Bank of Halifax for $1,666.66, 
for round trip of ss. " Beta." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

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Halifax, N.S., 7 th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifests for the 
ss. "Lounda," 6th December, from the port of St. John for Bermuda, St. Thomas, 
St. Kitts, Antigua, G-uadeloupe, Martinique, Dominica, Barbadoes, Trinidad and 
Demerara, also copy of inward manifest, 2nd February, 1891, from same ports. 
Copy of outward manifest, 11th December, from the port of Halifax for same ports, 
and certificate of clearance. 

We would be pleased to receive a cheque for the amount of this ship's subsidy , 
also for the last trip of the ss. " Beta,' and for last month's Furness Line subsidy, 
papers for these having gone forward to you some time ago. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACt, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N. S., 9th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed we beg to hand you copy of outward manifests for the ss. 
" Alpha" for Bermuda, Turk's Island and Jamaica, 15th January, invard manifests 
from the same ports, 9th February, and certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & ELACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N. S., 9th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 6th instant? 
enclosing cheque No. 577 for $1,666.66, in payment of the subsidy for the round trip 
of the ss. " Beta." 

Yours very truly, 

PICKTOBD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, lfth February, 1891. 
Dear Sirs, — Referring to your letter of the 7th instant re trip of "Loanda" C 
service, I find that you have sent Customs certificate of clearance from port of Halifax 
only. There is no certificate of clearance from St. John or arrival at St. John. In 
making application to the Auditor General we must have papers (outside of the 
manifests which are left in this office) to send to him, to show that the voyage 
required by the contract has been fully made. The compary formerly performing the 
service furnished us with a statutory declaration by the naster of the vessel setting 
out the date of clearance from and arrival at St. John ard the islands touched at on 
the voyage. This has been accepted by the Auditor Geieral, and it seems to be the 
most convenient form of proof, adding, of course, the date of arrival at and clearance 
from Halifax. It could be made by the master of tht vessel on his arrival at St. 
John or Halifax. 

Yours truly, 

W. FITZGERALD, Asst. D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N. S. 



Telegram from Messrs. Pickford & Black to Hon. 67. E. Foster. 

Halifax, N.S., 12th February, 1891. 
Black cables from London "Rowena" only suitable boat offering. Can be here 
to sail first part of March for Windward Islands. Will you accept her ? Answer 
promptly. 

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Halifax, N.S., 13th February, 1891. 

Dear Sir, — As stated in your's of the 10th, we find that the certificate of clear- 
ance for the 88. "Loanda" for the port of St. John was omitted when we sent the 
other papers. We have asked our agents in St. John by wire to forward this to you 
without delay, and hope that it will reach you in good time. 

As the "Loanda" had sailed before your letter reached here, we could not get 
the declaration referred to signed by captain, but as the purser remained at home 
this trip we have had same made out and signed by him, which we trust will prove 
satisfactory. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFOKD & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
W. Fitzgerald, Esq., Asst. Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

St. John, N.B., 13th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — In accordance with instructions received from Messrs. Pickford & 
Black, of Halifax, we enclose herewith a Customs certificate of the clearance and 
eutry of the steamer " Loanda " at this port last voyage, respecting which they are 
doubtless writing you themselves. 

We remain, &c, 

SCHOFIELD & CO. (Limited). 

S. Schofield, Manager. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 16th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — I enclose a cheque No. 481 on Union Bank of Halifax, Halifax, for 
$1,250, in payment of round trip of ss. " Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUBTNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Ottawa, 17th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — I enclose cheque No. 2004 on Bank of Nova Scotia, Halifax, for 
$5,000, subsidy for round trip of ss. " Loanda." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 






Halifax, N.S., 20th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — "We are in receipt of your favour of the 16th instant, enclosing 
cheque for $1,250 on the Union Bank of Halifax, in payment of the subsidy of the 
ss. " Alpha," for which we are obliged. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa, Ont. 

Halifax, N.S., 21st February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 17th ult, 
enclosing cheque for $5,000 in payment of the subsidy of the ss. "Loanda," for 
which we are obliged. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa, Ont. 

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Halifax, 25th February, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifest for the ss. 
"Beta," 31st January, for Havana andMatanzas, copy of inward manifest from same 
ports 25th February, and certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 2nd March, 1891. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to enclose herewith cheque No. 487 on the Bank 
of Montreal, Ottawa, in your favour, for sixteen hundred and sixty-six dollars 
sixty-seven cents ($1,666.67) on account of one round trip of ss. "Beta," service A. 

I have the honour to be, sirs, 
Your obedient servant, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 6th March, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 2nd inst., 
enclosing cheque for $1,666.67 in payment of the subsidy of the ss. "Beta" for her 
round trip. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, 11th March, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed please find copy of outward manifest for the ss. "Alpha " 
for Bermuda, Turk's Island and Jamaica, 14th February, inward manifest from same 
ports 11th March, also certificate of clearance. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 14th March, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — I enclose cheque No. 490 on Union Bank of Halifax, Halifax, for 
$1,250, in payment of subsidy for round trip of ss. " Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N. S. 

Windward Island Service. 

Halifax, N.S., 17th March, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Under the date of 5th March, our Mr. Black (who has been for the 
past six weeks searching England and Scotland for 12-knot boats suitable in size and 
draught of water to fill the requirements of the contract) writes that he can find piles 
of 9 and 10 knoters, but as yet has been unable to come across anything of the size 
required with a speed of 12 knots. While we are most anxious to fill this contract 
in every respect, both as regards speed, passenger accommodation, and size of the 
ships, we would at the same time beg to call your attention to the fact that all 
the boats running from New York to the West Indies make a speed not exceeding 
■an average of 10 knots, and that practically the service will be just as efficiently 
performed by boats of this class as those of greater speed, as under any circum- 
stances there must be considerable loss of time in port when we have two boats run- 

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ning, as the requirements of the service will not for some time warrant us in mak- 
ing more than monthly sailings. With 10-knot boats we would lose from a week 
to ten days on each trip lying idle in port, and with 12-knot beats this loss of time 
would be doubled. We feel confident that, if after due consideration you would so 
modify the contract as to allow us to perform the service with 10-knot boats, you 
would have no reason to regret it, and we would be quickly in a position to fill the 
service to the satisfaction of the public. 

Mr. Black also advises us that he can charter the ss. " Volga " to run in com- 
pany with the "Loanda" until new boats can be procured, but we think if you will 
allow us to place 10 knot boats permanently on the route he would probably be 
able immediately to procure them, in which case the chartering of the " Volga " 
may not be necessary. • 

In conclusion, we beg to offer you our congratulations on your return, and that 
your Government has been so well sustained in the last election. 

We have, &c, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
Hon. G-. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa, Ont. 

Halifax, N.S., 18th March, 1891. 

Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 1 1th inst., 
enclosing cheque No. 490 on the Union Bank of Halifax for $1,250, in settlement of 
the subsidy for the round trip of the ss. " Alpha," February voyage. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa, Out. 

Ottawa, 21st March, 1891. 

Dear Sirs, — Referring to your contracts for services A, B and C, I am directed 
by the Honourable Mr. Foster to say that it was intended that these contracts 
should provide for return mails to Canada as well as mails from Canada, and I enclose 
two agreements (in duplicate) to carry out that intention. Would you kindly 
execute the same, and return one copy of each agreement to me at your earliest 
convenience; they should be executed by each member of the firm, and not in the 
firm's name. 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 

Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 25th March, 1891. 

Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of yours of the 21st, enclosing supplement to 
contracts A, B and C, which we have examined and found in order. As our Mr. 
Black is at present in Europe, it will be impossible for us, for some weeke, to obtain 
his personal signature, but as the writer has full power to sign as his attorney he 
can complete the documents by so doing, but as the tenor of your letter indicates 
that you wish each party's personal signature, we thought it better to state the above 
facts to you, and will await your reply before completing the documents. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa, Ont. 

Halifax, N.S., 26th March, 1891. 

Dear Sir, — Herewith you will please find copy of outward manifest for the 
steamship " Beta " for the ports of Havana and Matanzas, 2nd March, inward mani- 

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fest from the same ports 25th March, and certificate of clearance. These are the 
complete papers for the round trip. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 1st April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — I enclose cheque No. 0495, on Union Bank of Halifax, Halifax, for 
$1,666.6*7, payment of round trip of ss. "Beta." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUBTKEY, JD.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Ottawa, 1st April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 25th ultimo re supplement to 
contracts A, B and C, and in reply I beg to say that it would probably be better to 
allow them to stand until the return of Mr. Black, and have each party's personal 
signature, it being understood that they are to be considered as now in force as fully 
as if signed by the members of your firm. 

Yours very truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Be " C" Service. 

Ottawa, 2nd April, 1891. 

Dear Sirs, — I am in receipt of your letter of the 17th ultimo, with regard to 
the modification in the rate of speed of the boats to be employed in the above service. 
I regret that I am unable to comply with your request. The tenders were called 
for on the basis of a l--knot service, and on that basis the contract was awarded. 

The matter has been explained in Parliament, and the Government is pledged 
to such a service, and it would be impossible to modify the contract without re-open- 
ing the whole question. Thus, we could not be expected to take off 2 knots from 
the speed and at the same time continue to pay for a 10-knot service the subsidy 
we have agreed to pay for a 12-kuot service. To lower the rate of speed would 
have a tendency to injure the service. The expectancy in the West India Islands, 
as well as in Canada, is that the service should be made more efficient, and great 
disappointment and loss would accrue, and the possibilities of further development 
of trade, either by greater frequency of trips or by extensions southward, would be 
greatly damaged if the rate of speed were lowered. While the higher rate remains, 
trade developments are possible. Our chief competition comes from the United 
States, and the tendency there is to increase the speed and equipment of their vessels, 
and this tendency will be enhanced by the effect of recent legislation in that country. 
In view of these considerations, I do not see how we can accede to your proposition. 

Yours very truly, 

GEOEGE E. FOSTER 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 6th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of yours of the 2nd, and have carefully noted 
contents. In reply, we beg to state that we have never lost sight of the lact that a 
12-knot service is the basis on which the contract was awarded, but the pro- 
curing of such boats means a delay of many months, and, when provided, there will 
be no practical advantage — for, as stated by us ; a sailing every month is as much, if 
not more, than the trade will warrant for some time to come ; and while we do not 
for a moment question the correctness of your statement as to the speed of the New 

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York boats, what we do say, is that the length of every voyage, as given in the 
Maritime Register, shows conclusively that the average speed at which they are run 
does not exceed 10 knots. The reduced rate of speed, we understand, ha>i been 
adopted by them after experience proved that the service can be quite as well per- 
formed and that the greater speed was not required for the trade. 

SS. " Volga." 

You do not say whethei we are at liberty charter the "Volga " to fill the gap 
until we can procure more suitable boats. We wish to impress upon you the fact 
that so far our Mr. Black, who still remains in Scotland, has found it absolutely 
impossible to procure a 12-knot boat of the size required, and that they can only 
be procured by building, which, as before stated, will take some time. 

We have, &c, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, 6th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 1st instant, 
enclosing cheque No. 0495 for $l,6tf6.67, in payment of the subsidy of the round trip 
of the ss. "Beta," for which we are obliged. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per W. H. D. B. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 10th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed we beg to hand you copy of outward manifest for the ss. 
"Loanda " from St. John, 23rd Februar}", for Demerara and intermediate port ; also 
•certificate of clearance; copy of inward manifest from St. John and Halifax 
6th February, copy of outward manifest from this port for Demerara and inter- 
mediate ports ; also certificate of clearance. 

We remain yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 10th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will find copy of outward manifest for the ss. " Alpha " 
for Bermuda, Turk's Island and Jamaica, 14th March, copy of inward manifest from 
the same ports, 9th April, and certificate of clearance. 

We remain yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Telegram fro'm Pickford & Black to J. M. Courtney. 

Ottawa, 15th April. 1891. 
Kindly send particulars o£ " Volga " proposed for Windward Island service. 

Ottawa, 15th April, 1891. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 588 on People's Bank of Halifax, Halifax, 
N.S., for $1,250, in payment of subsidy for round trip of ss. " Alpha." 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

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Ottawa, 15th April, 1891. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose herewith cheque No. 1413 on the Merchants Bank of 
Halifax, Halifax, N.S., for $5,000, in payment of subsidy for round trip of ss. 
"Loanda" in connection with service C. 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
Messrs. Pickpord & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

WINDWARD ISLAND SERVICE. 

Halifax, N.S., 17th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — The ss. " Loanda," which we had chartered for performing this 
service, has on her last trip proved so very unsatisfactory and caused so many com- 
plaints from passengers that we have, after much trouble, succeeded in getting the 
owners to cancel the charter, and have in place chartered the ss. "Taymouth 
Castle," (one of Mr. Furness' boats), now on the London line, which ship is beyond 
the requirements of the contract in size, and quite up lo the mark in speed. This 
ship (which is commanded by our old friend, Captain Clark, late of the " Ulunda"), 
will, we have no doubt, give good satisfaction, but we are doing this at a serious 
cost to ourselves, as she costs us about $1,200 per trip more than the "Loanda." Up 
to the present time we are largely out of pocket in this service, and are more than 
anxious to get satisfactory ships on the route, so that we may fairly test all there is 
in it. We are hoping day by dny to hear from Mr. Black that he has secured such 
a vessel or vessels as will meet the requirements of the contract. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFOED k BLACK. 
Hon. G-. .E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, KS., 20th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Your valued favour of the 15th instant to hand, enclosing cheque 
No. 1413 for $5,000, in payment of subsidy for the round trip of the ss. "Loanda," 
for which please accept our thanks. 

We remain yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 20th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of your favour of the 15th instant, enclosing 
cheque No. 588 for $1,250, in payment of subsidy for the round trip of the ss. 
" Alpha," for which we are obliged. 

We remain yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N.S., 28th April, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed you will please find copy of outward manifest for the ss. 
"Beta," for Havana and Matanzas, 1st April, copy of inward manifest from same 
ports, 21st April, also certificate of clearance. 

We remain yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK, 

per C. S. Pickpord 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 



Ottawa, 2nd May, 1891. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque No. 591 on People's Bank of Halifax, Halifax 
for UfiGGM, for round trip of ss. " Beta." 

Yours truly, 
Messrs. Pickpord & Black, Halifax, N.S. J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 

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Ottawa, 4th May, 1891. 

Dear Sirs, — I have your letter of the 17th April, with reference to the substi- 
tution of the as. " Tay mouth Castle " for the " Loanda." 

As you state, the former vessel is beyond the requirements of the contract in 
size, but not as far as her speed is concerned, beyond 9 knots. It would appear 
that she is to all intents and purposes a cargo boat, and will no doubt be an improve- 
ment upon the " Loanda." In this connection, I might call your attention to the 
comments in the press, which have appeared lately in the Upper as well as the 
Lower Province papers, and which are not at all complimentary to the service, as 
now maintained. 

It is of very great importance that at the very earliest period you should 
advise me as to whether or not your firm will be able to put on vessels by the 1st of 
July, which shall conform to the terms of the contract, and if arrangements are being 
made to build suitable permanent vessels for the route. 

I have not urged the matter unduly, knowing well the difficulties that your 
Mr. Black had to encounter, but the country is paying a large subsidy for the ser- 
vice, and as the contract requires certain conditions, I wish to be in a position to 
state to Parliament when the estimate is under consideration that from the 1st July 
onward the contract terms will be fulfilled. 

Kindly let m? hear from you with regard to this. 

Yours truly, 

GEORGE E. FOSTER. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S., 6th May, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the 2nd instant, 
enclosing cheque No. 591 for $1,666.66 for the round trip of the ss. "Beta," and 
for which we are obliged. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N. S., 11th May, 1.891. 

Dear Sir, — We are in receipt of your favour of the 4th inst., referring to the 
Windward Island service, and have carefully noted contents. 

II Taymouth Castle." You are certainly misinformed as to the character of this 
ship, and for your [information we enclose a plan of her saloon and stateroom 
accommodation, and can assure you that she is in every respect a first-class passenger 
ship. As regards her speed, while she may be somewhat less than 12 knots, she is 
certainly much beyond 9, and we feel quite sure it will give general satisfaction 
to all reasonable people who may wish to make use of t'he route. 

We have noted the comments in the press in reference to the past peformance 
of this service, and from what we can learn the travelling public have had very good 
reason for complaint ; but we can assure you that we took the very earliest oppor- 
tunity of getting rid of the "Loanda," and did so at a very considerable loss to 
ourselves. 

We have this day received a cable from Mr. Black, stating that he leaves Eng- 
land for New York on Wednesday next, and will therefore be with you within a 
fortnight, when you will be able* to discuss with him directly about the points 
referred to in your letter, and we trust that the information he may give you, together 
with what you yourself have learned as to the requirements of this service, will 
lead to a satisfactory result, and that by the 1st of July he may be in a position to 
fully comply with the terms of the contract, which, we trust, upon due consideration, 
3 T ou may see fit to modify somewhat, as, judging from Mr. Black's letter, the 12-knot 
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service, coupled with the size and draught of the ships required, is the great difficulty 
which we have to get over. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 
Hon. George E. Fosteb, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, 11th May, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed we beg to hand you copy of outward manifest for the 
" Alpha," for Bermuda, Turk's Island and Jamaica, 15th April, copy of inward mani- 
fests from the same ports, 11th May, and certificate of clearance. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFOED & BLACK. 

Per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 



Ottawa, 19th May, 1891 
Sirs, — I have the honour to send you herewith cheque No. 594 on the People's 
Bank of Halifax, Halifax, N. S., for $1,250, being for round trip of ss. " Alpha." 
I have the honour to be, sirs, your obedient servant, 

J. M. COURTNEY, B. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N. S. 









Halifax, N. S., 20th May, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Enclosed we beg to hand you copy of outward manifest for the ss. 
" Beta," for Havana and Matanzas, 1st May, inward manifest from the same ports, 
20th inst., and certificate of clearance. 

, Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

Per C. S. Pickford. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Halifax, N. S., 23rd May, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — Herewith we hand you (supplementary) contract for carrying the 
mails on our West India steamers between the ports they call at, which we trust 
you will find in order. 

Yours truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per Hensley. 
Hon. G. E. Foster, Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 23rd May, 1891. 
Dear Sirs, — I enclose cheque on Bank of Nova Stotia, Halifax, for the sum of h 
$1,666,67, for round trip of ss. '* Beta." I also enclose Customs certificate in con- 
nection with ss. "Portia," sent in error. 

Yours truly, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickford & Black, Halifax, N. S. 



Halifax, N.S., 26th May, 1891. 
Dear Sir, — We beg to acknowledge reeeipt*of your favour of the 19th inst., 
enclosing cheque No. 594 for $1,250, in payment of the subsidy of the ss. " Alphas 
April voyage. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK, 

per W.H.D.B. 
J. M. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

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Halifax, N.S., 27th May, 1891. 
Dear Sie, — We are in receipt of your favour of the 23rd inst., enclosing cheque 
on the Bank of Nova Scotia for §1,666.67, in payment of the subsidy of the ss. 
I Beta,'' -May voyage, for which we are obliged. 

Yours very truly, 

PICKFORD & BLACK. 

per W.H.D;B. 
J. OI. Courtney, Esq., Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Ottawa, 29th May, 1891. 
Sirs, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 23rd 
instant, with enclosure of supplementary contracts for carrying the niails on your 
West India steamers. 

I have the honour to be, sirs, your obedient servant. 

J. M. COURTNEY, D. M. F. 
Messrs. Pickfoed & Black, Halifax, N.S. 

"A** and lt B" Services — Contract with Pickford & Black. ( Thiscontractis amended 
by Supplementary Contract.) 

This Indenture, made this twenty third day of April, in the year of Our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety, between Robert Pickford and William A. 
Black, both of the city of Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, in the Dominion 
of Canada, steamship agents and brokers, co-partners in trade, doing business 
together under the name, style and firm of Pickford & Black, hereinafter referred, 
to as the contractors, of the first part ; and Her Majesty Queen Victoria, repre- 
sented herein by the Hon. George Eulas Foster, Her Majesty's Minister of Finance 
and Receiver-General for the Dominion of Canada, of the second part : 

Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of covenants and agreements on the 
part of Her Majesty hereinafter contained, the contractors, for themselves, their 
executors, administrators and assigns, covenant and agree with Her Majesty, Her 
heirs and successors, in manner following, that is to say: — 

1. That they will, during the continuance of this contract, properly and 
efficiently maintain and carry on, in manner hereinafter specified, the steamship 
services hereinafter mentioned, that is to say: — 

"A." A monthly service (hereinafter referred to as service "A " with regular 
sailing dates from Halifax, between Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, afore- 
said, and the island of Cuba, calling at the ports of Havana and Matanzas, in the said 
Island of Cuba, such service to be carried on with a steamer or steamers, maintain- 
ing a speed of not less than eleven knots an hour and having accommodation for not 
less than thirty-five first class passengers, and ' ; B " a monthly service (hereinafter 
referred to as service "B") with regular sailing dates from Halifax, aforesaid, between 
Halifax and the port of Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica in the West Indies, call- 
ing at Bermuda and Turk's Island on both the outward and the inward trips from 
and to Halifax, such service to be carried on with a steamer or steamers maintaining 
a speed of not less than eleven knots an hour and having accommodation for not less 
than thirty-live first class passengers. 

2. That they will commence service "A" with the steamer " Beta ; ' represented 
as beiug 1087-677 ions, and will commence service "B "with the steamer " Alpha," of 
about750 register tons, and the services shall be respectively carried on by the steamers 
named, or by other steamers equal in all respects thereto, and fulfilling in all respects 
all the conditions above specified for the respective services, but no steamer shall be 
substituted for either the " Beta" or "Alpha," except with the consent in writing 
of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General for the Dominion of Canada for the 
time being previoush T had and obtained, and all steamers performing the said ser- 
vices shall be of the highest class, and have machinery, gear and fittings of the best 
kind, and shall be thoroughly equipped and commanded by competent and experienced 

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captains, assisted by skilled officers and efficient crews, and shall have accommoda- 
tion for steerage passengers. 

3. That the days and hours of departure of the said steamer* from Halifax, afore- 
said, shall be subject to the adproval of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General 
of Canada for the time being, and regular sailings of the steamers performing each 
service shall be made from Halifax at least once each month during the continuance 
hereof, and at least twelve round trips shall be made on each service during each 
year. i 

4. That the islands and ports as above specified for each service shall be islands 
and ports of call on each voyage of the steamer or steamers performing such service, 
subject to any change therein in addition thereto which may hereafter be mutually 
agreed upon. 

5. That the said steamers shall not call at any port or ports in the United States 
of America. 

6. That the contractors will furnish to the Minister of Finance and Receiver 
General of Canada, for the time being, full and complete copies of the manifests of 
the cargoes carried by the said steamers on each outward and inward voyage, the 
same to he certified by the proper Customs officials, and shall also famish such other 
information and documents as may be required to show the volume and value of the 
trade carried on by said steamers ; and that they will also at all times furnish all such 
other Customs certificates and other documents as may be necessary to prove the 
performance of the service and to enable the said Minister of Finance and Receiver 
General to judge whether this contract is being properly carried out, the furnishing 
of such manifests, certificates and other documents as above specified to be a con- 
dition precedent to the payment of the subsidy hereinafter provided for, or any por- 
tion thereof. 

7. That they will not assign or transfer their interest in this contract without 
the previous consent in writing of the said Minister of Finance and Receiver General 
of Canada, for the time being. 

8. That no discrimination shall be made as regards rates or otherwise, directly 
or indirectly, against Canadian merchants and shippers, who shall always have pre- 
ference for their freight and goods over all other merchants and shippers. 

9. That during the continuance of this contract the contractors will convey on 
each and every trip of the steamers performing the said services all such mails as 
shall or may be tendered to the proper persons in that behalf on said steamers at the 
said port of Halifax by or on behalf or under the direction of the Postmaster General 
of Canada for the time being, his officers or agents, and shall deliver such mails at 
the proper port of destination. 

10. That the expense of conveying the mails to or from the said steamer from 
or to the Post Offices at the terminal ports of the several voyages, or the ports at 
which the steamers touch en route, shall be borne by the contractors, who shall 
provide sufficient and convenient accommodation in each steamer, to the satisfaction 
of the Postmaster General of Canada, for all such mails, and shall also take all 
necessary precaution for the protection of mails while in their possession from dam- 
age or injury in any way, and shall be responsible for any loss or damage thereto, 
provided always that there shall be no liability under this contract for the contents 
of the said mails when the same are not delivered, in case the failure to deliver them 
is the result of the dangers of the sea or of such as aie peculiar to steam navigation 
and not caused by neglect, or want of proper skill or care, or by misconduct on the 
part of the contractors, their agents or servants. 

11. That the said Postmaster General shall, in case of need, have the right to 
delay the sailing of any of the said steamers for the space of twenty-four hours. 

12. That the term"" mails " used herein shall include all boxes, bags or packets 
of letters, post cards, newspapers, parcels, books or printed matter, and all other 
articles which under the Post Office Act and regulations for the time being are 
transmissible by the post without regard either to the place to which they may be 
addressed or that in which they may have originated, and also all empty bags. 

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empty boxes and other receptacles, stores and articles used or to be used in carrying 
on the post office service which shall be sent by, or to, or from the post office. 

13. That the contractor shall not, nor shall any of the masters or officers of 
any of the said steamers, receive, or permit to be received, on board of any such 
steamer any letters for conveyance other than those contained in Her Majesty's 
mails, or which are or may be privileged by law, nor the mails of any other country, 
except such as may be specified by the said Postmaster General for Canada, and the 
contractors shall in every way be subject to all postal laws of the Dominion of 
Canada and all regulations made thereunder. 

14. That this contract shall be and become null, void and of no effect, if the 
terms and conditions thereof, or any of them, are not faithfully and properly com- 
plied with and performed by the contractors, of which compliance and performance, 
or non-compliance or non-performance, the Minister of Finance and .Receiver 
General for Canada, for the time being, shall be sole and final judge. 

And Her Majesty, for Herself, Her heirs and sueces-ors, covenants and agrees 
with the contractors that she will pay or cause to be paid to them, their executors, 
administrators or assigns, upon the completion of each and every round trip made 
hereunder the following rates of subsidy, that is to say: — 

(a.) For each round trip of the steamer performing service "A" the sum of 
one thousand six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty seven cents, provided 
always that the total amount of subsidy paid in respect of this service in any one 
calendar year shall not exceed the sum of twent} 7- thousand dollars; and 

(b.) For each round trip of the steamer performing the service "B" the sum 
of one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars, provided always that the tota 
amount of subsidy paid in respect of said service "B" in anyone calendar year 
shall not exceed the sum of fifteen thousand dollars. 

Such payments to be made only in case it appears to the satisfaction of the 
said Minister of Finance and Eeceiver General that the trip or trips for which pay- 
ment of subsidy is asked have been made in accordance herewith, and that all the 
requirements and conditions of this contract have been complied with. 

This contract shall be deemed to have been in force in regard to service " A" 
from the twenty-fourth day of December, in the year of Our Lord one thousand 
eight hundied and eighty-nine, and in regard to service "B" from the fifteenth day 
of November, in the said year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundied and eighty- 
nine, and shall remain in force as regards the respective services for the term of five 
years from the above named days, nothing herein, however, to interfere with or in 
any way affect the right and power of the said Minister of Finance and Eeceiver 
General of Canada, for the time being, to terminate the same in the manner herein- 
before provided in case of the non-performance or non-fulfilment of the terms and 
conditions hereof, or any of them. 

This agreement, pursuant to the provisions of the sixteenth section of chapter 
eleven of the Eevised Statutes of Canada, is hereby made subject to the express 
condition that no member of the House of Commons of Canada shall be admitted to 
any share or part thereof, or to any benefit to arise therefrom. 

In Witness Whereof, the parties hereto have hereunto set their hands and seals 
the day and year first hereinabove written. 
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence ^) EOBEET PICKFOED, 

of— witness both signatures, I WILLIAM A. BLACK, 

Michael Heenan, Clerk, GEOEGE E. FOSTEE. 

Halifax, N.S. J 
Signed, sealed and delivered by Hon. G. | 

E. Foster, in presence of 

C. W. Treadwell, 
Finance Department, Ottawa. 

" A " and " B " Services — Supplementary Contract. 

This Indenture, made the twentieth day of March, in the year of Our Lord one 
thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, between Eobert Pickford and William A. 

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Black, both of the city of Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, steamship agents 
and brokers, co-partners in trade, doing business together under the name, style and 
firm of Pickford & Black, hereinafter referred to as the contractors, of the first 
part, and Her Majesty Queen Victoria, represented herein by the Honourable George 
Eulas Foster, Minister of Finance and Receiver General of Canada, of the second 
part. 

Whereas in and by a certain indenture made between the parties hereto, and 
dated the twenty-third of April, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred 
and ninety, the contractors did, for and in consideration of the covenants and agree- 
ments on the part of Her Majesty therein contained, for themselves, their executors, 
administrators and assigns, covenant and agree with Her Majesty, Her heirs and 
successors, amongst other things for the establishment and maintenance of steamship 
services: — (1) Between Halifax, Nova Scotia, and the Island of Cuba ; and (2) 
between Halifax and Kingston, Jamaica, with certain ports and places of call in 
connection with each service (which ports and places should be subject to any change 
therein or addition thereto which might thereafter be mutually agreed upon), and 
that during the continuance of their contract the contractors would convey on each 
and every trip of the steamers performing such services respectively all such mails 
as should or might be tendered totheproper persons on that behalf on said steamers 
at the port of Halifax by or on behalf or under the direction of the Postmaster 
General of Canada, his officers or agents, and would deliver such mails at the proper 
port of destination. 

And whereas it was the intention of both parties to the said indenture that the 
contractors should thereby undertake to convey, not only the mails tendered as afore- 
said at Halifax, but also all such mails as should be offered at the ports of Havana, 
Matanzas and Kingston, and at any of such ports or places of call, for transmission 
to Canada, but through mistake and inadvertance the said indenture contained no 
such stipulation on their part, and this present indenture is executed to correct such 
mistake and to effectuate the true intention of the parties as above set out. 

Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the premises and of the sum of one 
dollar of lawful money of Canada paid to them by Her Majesty, the receipt whereof 
is hereby acknowled, the contractors for themselves, their executors, administrators 
and assigns, do covenant and agree with Her Majesty, Her successors and assigns, in 
the manner following, that is to say: — 

(1) That during the continuance of the said contract the contractors will convey 
on each and every trip of the steamers performing the said services all such mails as 
shall be tendered to the proper persons in that behalf on said steamers at Havana or 
Matanzas, or Kingston, or at any such places or ports of call, by or on behalf, or 
under the direction of the post office authorities there, or by or on behalf or under 
the direction of the Postmaster General of Canada, his officers or agents, for trans- 
mission to Canada, and shall deliver such mails at the proper port of destination in 
Canada. , 

(2) All the provisions of the said indenture relating in any way to the mails 
therein mentioned and their conveyance shall apply to the mails hereby contracted 
for and their conveyance, provided that the last mentioned mails are excepted from 
the provision contained in clause thirteen of the said indenture with respect to the 
receiving on board in the said steamers of any letters or mails other than those 
permitted nnder the said clause. 

In Witness whereof, the parties have hereunto set their hands and seals the clay 
and the year first above mentioned. 
Signed,sealed and delivered in presence of" 
C. W. Treadwell, 

Witness to signature of Hon. Geo. 

E. Foster. W. A. BLACK, 

Michael Heenan, GEORGE E. FOSTER. 

Witness to the signatures of Robert | 
Pickford and W. A. Black. J 

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" C" Service — Contact with the Canadian, West Indian and South American SS. Co. 

This Indenture, made this day of March, in the year of Our Lord one 

thousand eight hundred and ninety, between the Canadian, West Indian and South 
American Steamship Company (Limited), a compauy duly incorporated and herein- 
after referred to as the contractors, of the first part, and Her Majesty Queen Vic- 
toria, represented herein by the Honourable George Eulas Foster, Her Majesty's 
Minister of Finance and Eeceiver General for the Dominion of Canada, of the second 
part : — 

Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the covenants and agreements on 
the part of Her Majesty hereinafter contained, the contrac:ors, for themselves, 
their successors and assigns, covenant and agree with Her Majesty, Her heirs and 
successors, in manner following, that is to say : — 

1. That they will, during the continuance of this contract, properly and 
efficiently maintain and carry on, in manner hereinafter specified, a regular service 
from the city of St. John, in the Province of New Brunswick, in the Dominion of 
Canada, to Demerara, in British Guiana, returning thence to St. John aforesaid, and 
calling at Yarmouth, in the Province of Nova Scota, in the said Dominion of Canada, 
and at the Islands of Bermuda, Saint Kitts, Antigua, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martini- 
que, Saint Lucia, Barbadoes and Trinidad, on both the outward and inward voyages 
from and to St. John aforesaid, such service to be carried on with two steamers of 
not less than one thousand tons register, and of a speed of not less than twelve knots 
an hour, and with an accommodation for not less than thirty first-class passengers 
— all steamers to be employed on the said service to be subject to the approval of the 
Minister of Finance and Eeceiver General of Canada, for the time, being, and to be 
of the highest class and to have machinery, gear and fittings of the best kind, and to 
be thoroughly equipped and commanded by competent and experienced captains, 
assisted by skilled officers and efficient crews, and to have accommodation for steer- 
age passengers : Provided always, and it is hereby agreed that the service herein- 
before provided for may be carried on by the contractors with the steamship 
"Portia" for the period of six months from the date of commencement of this 
contract. 

2. That sailings of the steamers performing the service hereinbefore provided 
for shall be made from Saint John, aforesaid, at least once each month during the 
continuance of this contract, and at least twelve round trips shall be made during 
each year, and the days and hours of departure of the steamers from Saint John, 
aforesaid, shall be subject to the approval of the Minister of Finance and Eeceiver 
General of Canada, for the time being : Provided, however, that during the said 
period of six months from the date of commencement of this contract during which 
the service is to be carried on by the " Portia," as aforesaid, the sailings from Saint 
John may be at intervals of six weeks instead of monthly. 

3. That the islands and ports above specified shall be islands and ports of 
call on each voyage of the steamer or steamers performing the service, subject to 
any change therein or addition thereto which may hereafter be mutually agreed 
upon. 

4. That the steamers performing the service herein provided for shall not call 
at any port or ports in the United States of America. 

5. That the contractors will furnish to the Minister of Finance and Eeceiver 
General of Canada, for the time being, full and complete copies of the manifests of 
the cargoes carried by each steamer on its outward and inward voyages, the same 
to be certified by the proper Customs officials, and shall also furnish such other 
information and documents as may be required to show the volume and value of the 
trade carried on by said steamer, and that they will also, at all times, furnish all 
such other Customs certificates and other documents as may be necessary to prove 
the performance of the service, and to enable the said Minister of Finance and 
Eeceiver General of Canada to judge whether this contract is being properly carried 
out, the furnishing of such manifests, certificates and other documents as above 

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specified to be a condition precedent to the payment of the subsidy hereinafter pro- 
vided for or any portion thereof. 

6. That they will not assign or transfer their interest in this contract without 
the previous consent in writing of the Minister of Finance and Keceiver General of 
Canada, for the time being. 

7. That no discrimination shall be made as regards rates or otherwise, di rectly 
or indirectly, against Canadian merchants and shippers, who shall always have pre- 
ference for their freight and goods over all other merchants and shippus. 

8. That during the continuance of this contract the contractors w 11 convey on 
each and every trip of the steamers performing the said service all such mails as 
shall or may be tendered to the proper persons on that behalf on said steamers at 
the said port of Saint John, by or on behalf, or under the directions of the postmaster 
General for Canada, for the time being, his officers or agents, and shall deliver such 
mails at the proper port of destination. 

9. That the expense of conveying the mails to or from the said steamers from 
or to the post offices at the terminal ports of the several voyages or thp ports at 
which the steamers touch en route shall be borne by the contractors, who shall 
provide sufficient and convenient accommodation in each steamer to the satisfaction 
of the said Postmaster General for Canada for all such mails, and shall also take all 
necessary precaution for the protection of the mails while in their possession from 
damage or injury in any way, and shall be responsible for any loss or damage 
thereto. Provided always, that there is to be no liability under this contract for the 
contents of the said mails when the same are not delivered, in case the failure to 
deliver them is the result of the dangers of the sea or of such as are peculiar to 
steam navigation, and not caused by neglect or want of proper skill or care, or by 
misconduct on the part of the contractors, their agents or servants. 

10. That the said Postmaster General shall in case of need have the right to 
delay the sailing of any of the said steamers for the space of twenty-four hours. 

11. That the term "mails" used herein shall include all boxes, bags or packet 
of letters, post cards, newspapers, parcels, books or printed papers and all other 
articles which under the Post Office Act and Regulations for the time being are 
transmissible by the post, without regard either to the place to which they may be 
addressed or to that in which they may have originated, and also all empt}' bags, 
empty boxes and other receptacles, stores and articles used or to be used in carrying 
on the Post Office service, which shall be sent by, or to, or from the post office. 

12. That the contractors shall not, nor shall an} r of the masters or officers of 
any of the said steamers receive, or permit to be received on board of any such 
steamers, any letters for conveyance other than those contained in Her Majesty's 
mails, or which are or may be privileged by law, nor the mails of any other country 
except such as may be specified by the said Postmaster General for Canada, and the 
contractors shall in every way be subject to all postal laws of the Dominion of Canada 
and all regulations made thereunder. 

13. That this contract shall be and become null, void and of no effect if the terms, 
and conditions thereof or any of them are not faithfully and properly complied with 
and performed by the contractors, of which compliance and performance or non-com- 
pliance or non-performance the Minister of Finance and Receiver General for Canada, 
for the time being, shall be sole and final judge. 

And Her Majesty, for herself, her heirs and successors, convenants and agrees 
with the contractors that she will pay or cause to be paid to them, their successors 
or assigns, the sum of four thousand one hundred dollars upon the completion of 
each round trip of the steamer or steamers performing the service required by this 
contract, such payments to be made, however, only in case it appears to the satisfac- 
tion of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General that the trip for which payment 
of subsidy is asked has been made in accordance herewith, and that all the require- 
ments and conditions of this contract have been complied with ; and provided further 
that the total amount paid to thecontractorshereunderin any one year shall notexceed 
the sum of forty-nine thousand two hundred dollars ($49,200). 






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This contract shall be deemed to have been in force from the first day of January, 
in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety, and shall remain in 
force for the term of five years from that day, nothing herein, however, to interfere 
with or in any way affect the right and power of the Minister of Finance and Receiver 
General, for the time being, to terminate the same in the manner hereinbefore pro- 
vided in case^of the non-performance or non-fulfilment of the terms and conditions 
hereof or any of them. 

In Witness Whereof the contractors have hereunto set their corporate seal and 
have caused' these presents to be signed by the president and secretary of the said 
company, and the Honourable George E. Foster hath, as Minister of Finance, and 
Receiver General as aforesaid, hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first 
above written. 
Signed, sealed and delivered in 

presence of 

(the changes and interlineations 

opposite to which I have placed }> 

my initials having been made 

before execution) JAMES A. VANWART, President. 

S. J. Jenkins, j GEORGE F. BAIRD, Secretary. 

Signed, sealed and delivered by 



Hon. George E. Foster, in 

presence of C. W. Treadwell. J GEORGE E. FOSTER. 

"C." Service. — Contract with Pickford & Black. (This Contract is amended by 
Supplementary Contract.') 

This Indenture, made this third day of November in the year of our Lord one 
thousand eight hundred and ninety, by and between Robert Pickford and William 
A. Black, both of the city of Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, in the Dominion 
of Canada, steamship agents and brokers, co-partners in trade, doing business to- 
gether under the name, style and firm of "Pickford & Black," hereinafter referred 
to as the contractors, of the first part, and Her Majesty Queen Victoria, represented 
herein by the Honourable George Eulas Foster, Her Majesty's Minister of Finance 
and Receiver General of the Dominion of Canada, of the second part: — 

Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the covenant and agreements on 
the part of Her Majesty hereinafter contained, the contractors, for themselves, their 
executors, administrators and assigns, covenant and agree with Her Majesty, her heirs 
and successors, in the manner following, that is to say : — 

1. That they will, during the continuance of this contract, properly and effi- 
ciently establish, maintain and carry on in manner hereinafter specified, a regular 
steamship service from the Port of Saint John, in the Province of New Brunswick, 
in the Dominion of Canada, to Demerara, in British Guiana, returning thence to 
Saint John, aforesaid, and calling on each outward voyage from Saint John at Hali- 
fax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, in the said Dominion of Canada, and on 
each outward and inward voyage from and to Saint John at the Islands of 
Bermuda, St. Kitts, Antigua, Guadaloupe, Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Bar- 
badoes and Trinidad — such service to be performed by steamers, each classed Al at 
Lloyds, of not less than one thousand tons net register, and maintaining a speed of 
not less than twelve knots an hour, and with accommodation for not less than forty 
first-class passengers — all steamers to be employed on the service to be subject to 
the approval of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General for Canada, for the 
time being (hereinafter referred to as " the Minister " ), and to have such machinery, 
gear and fittings of the best kinds, and be thoroughly equipped and commanded by 
competent and experienced captains, assisted by skilled officers and efficient crews, 
and to have accommodation for steerage passengers. 

2. That the service herein provided for shall be begun on or before the first day 
of January, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, with 

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at least two steamers, and shall be thereafter carried on in accordance with the terms 
of this contract — the sailings of the steamers from Saint John to be on fixed regular 
dates, and to be made once each month — twelve such monthly round trips (herein- 
after referred to as " regular trips " ) to be made each year during the continuance 
hereof — the contractors, however, to be at liberty, in addition to the regular trips, to 
make other trips (hereinafter referred to as "extra trips" ), not to exceed four in any 
one year during the continuance hereof. 

3. That the days and hours of departure of the steamers from Saint John, afore- 
said, shall be subject to the approval of the Minister. 

4. That the islands and ports of call above specified shall be islands and ports 
of call on each voyage of the steamers performing the service, subject to any change 
therein or condition thereto which may hereafter be mutually agreed upon. 

5. That the steamers performing the service herein provided for shall not call 
at any port or ports in the United States of America. 

6. That the contractors shall furnish to the Minister full and complete copies 
of the manifests of the cargoes carried by each steamer on its outward and inward 
voyages, the same to be certified by the proper Customs officials, and that they will 
also furnish such other information and documents as may be required to show the 
volume and value of the trade carried on by said steamers and that they will also at 
all times furnish all such other (Justoms certificates and all other documents as may 
be necessary or required by the Minister to prove the performance of the service 
and to enable the Minister to judge whether this contract is being properly carried 
out, the furnishing of such manifests, certificates and other documents a* above 
specified to be a condition precedent to the payment of the subsidy hereinafter 
provided for or any portion thereof. 

7. That they shall not assign or transfer their interest in this contract without 
the previous consent in writing of the Minister. 

8. That no discrimination shall be made as regards rates or otherwise, directly 
or indirectly, against any Canadian port, or against Canadian merchants and ship- 
pers, who shall always have preference for their freight and goods over all other 
merchants and shippers. 

9. That during the continuance of this contract the contractors will convey on 
each and eveiy trip of the steamers performing the service hereinbefore provided for 
all such mails as shall or may be tendered to the proper persons on that behalf on 
said steamers at the ports of Saint John or Halifax by or on behalf or unde>- the 
"direction of the Postmaster General for Canada, for the time being, his officers or 
agents, and shall deliver such mails at the proper port of destination. 

10. That the expense of conveying the mails to or from the <aid steamers from 
or to the post offices at the terminal ports of the several voyages, or at the ports at 
which the steamers touch en route, shall be borne by the contractors, who shall pro- 
vide sufficient and convenient accommodation in each steamer to the satisfaction 
of the said Postmaster General for Canada for the time being for all such mails, and 
the contractors shall also take all necessary precautions for the protection of the 
mails while in their possession from damage or injury in any way, and they shall 
be responsible for any loss or damage thereto: — Provided always, that there is to be 
no liability under this contract for the contents of the said mails when the same are 
not delivered, in case of failure to deliver them is the result of the dangers of the 
sea, or of such as are peculiar to steam navigation, and not caused by neglect or 
want of proper skill or care, or by misconduct on the part of the contractors, their 
agents or servants. 

11. That the said Postmaster General shall in case of need have the right to 
delay the sailing of any of the said steamers for the space of twenty-four hours. 

12. That the term " mails " used herein shall include all boxes, bags, or packets 
of letters, post cards, newspapers, parcels, books or printed papers, and all other 
articles. which under the Post Office Act and Regulations for the time being, are 
transmissible by the post without regard either to the place to which they may be 
addressed or to that in which they may have originated, and also all empty bags, 

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empty boxes, and other receptacles, stores and articles used or to be used in carrying 
on the post office service, which shall be sent by, or to, or from the post office. 

13. That the contractors shall not, nor shall any of the masters or officers of 
any of the said steamers receive or permit to be received on board of any of such 
steamers, any letters for conveyance other than those contained in Her Majesty's 
mails, or which are or may be privileged by law, nor the mails of any other country, 
except such as may be specified by the said Postmaster General for Canada for the 
time being, and the contractors shall in every way be subject to all postal laws of the 
Dominion of Canada, and all regulations made thereunder. 

And Her Majesty, for Herself, Her heirs and successors, covenants that she will 
pay or cause to be paid to them, their executors, administrators, or assigns, the sum 
of five thousand dollars ($5,000) for each and every regular trip (not exceeding 
twelve in all in any one year) and the sum of two thousand ($2,000) for each and 
every extra trip (not [exceeding four in any one year, made by them in accordance 
with the terms of this contract — and during the continuance thereof — the amounts so 
to be paid to the contractors in any one year for regular trips not to exceed in all 
the sum of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) and for extra trips not to exceed the sum 
of eight thousand dollars ($8,000) or a total amount in any one year in respect of all 
services hereunder not exceeding sixty eight thousand dollars ($68,000). 

Provided always that no amounts shall be payable to the contractors hereunder 
unless it appears to the satisfaction of the Minister that the trip in respect of which 
payment is asked has been made in accordance with the terms and conditions hereof, 
and that all such terms and conditions have been fully and properly observed and 
complied with. 

This contract shall remain in force for four years from the first day of January, in 
the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one : Provided always, 
that the service is established as hereinbefore provided on or before that day — and 
provided further, that the Minister may at any time terminate and put an end to this 
contract if the terms and conditions hereof, or any of them, are not fully and faith- 
fully complied with and performed by the contractors, of which compliance and per- 
formance, or non-compliance and non-performance, the Minister shall be sole and 
final judge, and thereupon this contract shall be and become null and void and of no 
further force or effect. 

This contract, pursuant to the provisions of the sixteenth section of chapter 
eleven (11) of the Revised Statutes of Canada is hereby made subject to the express 
condition that no member of the House of Commons of Canada shall be admitted to 
any share or part thereof, or to any benefit to arise therefrom. This contract is also 
made subject to the approval of Parliament. 

In Witness Whereof the contractors have hereunto set their hands and seals, 
and the said Honourable George Eulas Foster hath hereunto set his hand and seal as 
Minister of Finance and Eeceiver General of the Dominion of Canada the day and 
year first hereinabove written. 
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of ~) ROBERT PICKFORD, 

C.W. Tread well, witness to signature >- WILLIAM A. BLACK, 

of Hon. George E. Foster. J GEORGE E. FOSTER. 

Michael Heenan, witness to the signatures ") 

of Robert Pic kford and William A. > 

Black. J 

" C" Service — Supplementary Contract. 

This Indenture, made the twentieth day of March, in the year of Our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, between Robert Pickford and William 
A. Black, both of the City of Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, steamship 
agents and brokers, co-partners in trade, doing business together under the name, 
style and firm of Pickford & Black, hereinafter referred to as the contractors, of 
the first part, and Her Majesty Queen Victoria, represented herein by the Honour 

75 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 26a.) A. 1891 



able George Eulas Foster, Minister of Finance and Keceiver General of Canada, of 
tbe second part. 

Whereas, in and by a certain Indenture, made between the parties hereto, and 
dated the third day of November, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and ninety, the contractors did, for and in consideration of the covenants 
and agreements on the part of Her Majesty therein contained, for themselves, their 
executors, administrators and assigns, covenant and agree with Her Majesty, Her 
heirs and successors, amongst other things for the establishment and maintenance 
of a steamship service between the ports of Saint John, New Brunswick, and Demerara, 
British Guiana, calling at Halifax at each outward voyage from Saint John, and at 
certain specified islands on each outward and inward voyage from and to Saint John 
(the islands and ports of call being subject to change therein or addition thereto 
upon mutual agreement), and that during the continuance of their contract the con- 
tractors would convey on each and every trip of the steamers performing such 
service all such mails as should or might be tendered by the proper persons in that 
behalf on said steamers at the ports of Saint John and Halifax, by or on behalf or 
under the direction of the Postmaster General of Canada, his officers or agents, and 
would deliver such mails at the proper port of destination. 

And Whereas, it was the intention of both parties to the said Indenture that 
the contractors should thereby undertake to convey, not only the mails tendered as 
aforesaid at Saint John and Halifax, but also all such mails as should be offered at 
Demerara, or at any port or place of call for transmission to Canada, but through 
mistake and inadvertance the said Indenture contained no such stipulation on their 
part, and this present Indenture is executed to correct such mistake, and to effectuate 
the true intention of the parties as above set out : 

Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the premises and the sum of one 
dollar of lawful money of Canada paid to them by Her Majesty, the receipt whereof 
is hereby acknowledged, the contractors, for themselves, their executors, administra- 
tors and assigns, do covenant and agree with Her Majesty, Her successors and 
assigns, in manner following, that is to say : — 

(1.) That during the continuance of the said contract the contractors will con- 
vey on each and every trip of the steamers performing the said service all such 
mails as shall or may be tendered to the proper persons on that behalf on said 
steamers at Demerara, or at any of such islands or ports of call as aforesaid, by or 
on behalf or under the direction of the Post Office authorities there, or by or on 
behalf, or under the direction of the Postmaster General of Canada, his officers or 
agents, for transmission to Canada, and shall deliver such mails at the proper port 
of destination in Canada. 

(2.) All the provisions of the said Indenture relating in any way to the mails 
therein mentioned, and their conveyance, shall apply to the mails hereby contracted 
for and their conveyance; provided that the last-mentioned mails are excepted from 
the provision contained in clause thirteen of the said Indenture, with respect to the 
receiving on board in the said steamers any letters or mails other than those per- 
mitted under said clause. 

In Witness Whereof, the parties have hereunto set their hands and seals the 
day and the year first above mentioned. 

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence ^ EO.BERT PICKFOED, 

of C. W. Treadwell, witness to sig- | W. A. BLACK, 

nature of Hon. George E. Foster. ( GEOEGE E. FOSTEE. 

Michael Heenan, witness to the signa- f 
tures of Eobert Pickford and W. A. | 
Black. J 



76 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (Na 27.) A. 1891 



RETURN 

(27) 

ro an Order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1891 ; — For a 
Return giving the date of the declarations in every Riding during the 
recent General Election. If adjournments or enlargements were made, 
in any case, from the time fixed at the nominations, stating where, when, 
how often, and for what reason, and giving the name and address of the 
Returning Officer where such occurred ; also giving the name, occupation 
and post office address of every Returning Officer, showing the date of 
return by Returning Officer to the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, and 
the date of receipt of each by the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, 
together with the name of the Electoral District and the Member elected 
thereto, and the date of publication of his Return in the Canada Gazette; 
also copies of all letters written by or on behalf of any Member of the 
Government to any Member elect, or to any other person or persons — 
suggesting that any Returning Officer be asked to delay making his 
return to the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. 

By order. 

J. A. CHAPLEAU, 

Secretary of State. 



Office of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, 

Ottawa, 16th May, 1891. 

Sir, — In compliance with an Order from the House of Commons, dated the 6th 
nstant, I beg leave to transmit to you herewith a Return showing the date of the 
leclarations in all but one of the electoral districts in the Dominion of Canada, &c, 
ic, in connection with the last general elections. 

I have the honour to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

SAML. E. St. O. CHAPLEAU, C.CC. 

j. A, Catellier, Esq., 

Under Secretary of State. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



Eeturn to an Order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1891, calling for 



Province. 



Ontario, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 

do 



do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Electoral District. 



Addington 
Both well... 
Brant, N.R 
do S.R. 
Brockville. . 
Bruce, N.R 



do W.R. 
do E.R. 
Cardwell . 



Carleton 

Cornwall and Stor- 
niont 



Elected Member. 



Returning Officer. 



Name of. 



George W. W. Dawson. 

Hon. David Mills 

James Somerville 

William Paterson 

John Fisher Wood 

Alexander McNeill 



James Rowand . . 
Reuben Truax . . 
Roberts. White. 



Win. Thomas Hodgins. 



E. J. Hooper 

Samuel Hodgins 

R. G. Lawrason 

Hugh McK. Wilson. 

David Man sell 

Robert Murray 



Occupation. 



Barrister . 



James H. Scott. 

John Kleim 

Richard Allen . . 



Albert Bradley 



Darby Bergin D. Annable. 



Dundas Hugo H. Ross 

Durham, E.R Thos. Dixon Craig 

do W.R Robert Beith 

Elgin, E.R Andrew B. Ingram.. . . 

do W.R.. . . . Geo. Elliott Casey .. . 
Essex, S.R Henry W.Allan 

do N.R j William McGregor .. 

Frontenac. Geo. Airey Kirkpatrick 

Glengarry Roderick R. McLennan 

Grenville, S.R John Dowsley Reid 

Grey, S.R George Landerkin 



do E.R. 



George 1 )illon, sen . . . 
jGeo. Chas. Ward . .. 

Samuel Burden 

John Haggon 

Horace F. Jell 

Jasper Golden 

T. W. Ellis 

Chas. N. Spooner 

Gustavus A. Godbois. 
Charles B. Lemon. . . . 
George L. McCaul . . . 



T. S. Sproule. 



do N.R I James Mas*- 



Haldimand 
Halton . . 
Hamilton . . 



Andrew Grier. 



do Hastings, W.R 

do do E.R.. 

do do N.R, 

do Huron, W.R . . 



. . . Alex. M. Stephens . 



do 

do 
do 
do 



do 



do 
Kent . . . 
Kingston 



E.R 

S.R. 



do (Lambton, W . R . 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 



do E.R 
Lanark, N.R 

do S.R 

Leeds and Grenville, 

N.R 

Leeds, S.R 

Lennox 

Lincoln and Niagara . 

London, City 



W. Humphrey Montague! Peter E. Reicheld. 

David Henderson iClarkson Freeman 

Alex. McKay and SamT 

Shobal Ryckman George H. Mills . 

Henry Corby George Denmark. . 

Samuel Barton Burdett. . i Richard Naylor. . 

Hon. McKenzie Bowell..lAnson Bai-on Ross 

Malcolm Colin Cameron. Wm. T. Whiteley. 



Peter Macdonald Edmund Lindsay Dickin 



John McMillan |Thomas Hays . . . 

Archibald Campbell. . . Caleb Coatsworth. 
Rt. Hon. Sir J. A. Mac-! 
donald William Ferguson 



Jas. Frederick Lister. . . . 

George Moncrieff 

Joseph Jamieson 

Hon. J. Graham Haggart 

Chas. Fredk. Ferguson. . 

George Taylor 

David Wright Allison. . . 
William Gibson 



Chas. Smith H3 _ man 

2 



John Rainsberry . . 

George Shirley 

John McNab Munroe 
Joseph M. Rogers .... 



James H. Ross. 
John R. Dorgavel . . 
Thomas D. Pruyne. 
JohnE. Cuff 



John Overill, 



Physician. 
Barrister.. 



M.D 



Sheriff. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27/ 



A. 1891 



Date of Declarations in every Riding during the last General Election, &c. 



Residence. 



Napanee . . 
Dresden.. . 
St. ( George 
Brantford 
Brockville , 
Allenford . 



Kincardine . 
Walkerton . 
Mono Mills. 



Hazeldean. 



Thornbury. 



Owen Sound. 
Eisherville.. . 
Milton 



Hamilton 
Belleville. 

do 
Madoc. . 
Clinton . . 



Wingham 
Seaf orth . . 
Romney . . 

Kingston . 

Osborne . . 
Watford . 
Almonte . 
Perth . . 



Falls. 



Smith' 

Elgin 

Napanee 

St. Catharines 



Declaration Day 



Date 
fixed 
for. 



Moulinette . . . 

Morrisburg 

Port Hope 

Bowmanville 

Aylmer, Ont .... 

Rodney 

Kings vi lie 

Windsor, Ont. . . . 
Glenburnie .... 

Alexandria 

Prescott 

Durham 



1891. 

Mar. 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



Londc 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



Post- 
poned 
to. 



1891. 



Reason given for Postponement. 



Return to Writ of Election. 



How 

dated. 



When 
received 
by C. C. 
in Chan- 
cery. 



1891. 1891. 



Mar. 211 Mar. 
No date. I do 



do 16 
do 9 



do 12 
do 12 



Mar. 

do 
17. 



Mar. 



18 Recount of votes 

16, 

. . . Recount of votes which took place after 

i the reception of the return to the Writ 

by the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. 

10 Ballot boxes not all received from D.R.O. . . 



Alar. 
do 
do 



Mar. 21, 

26 .. 

Mar. 13 



Mar. 28 



Mar. 16 



do 19 



Recount of votes . 



Statements of Deputy Returning Officers 
wanting 



Recount of votes 



Recount of votes. Seven ballot boxes 
reported tampered with and ballots al- 
tered 

Recount of votes which took place after 
the reception of the return to the Writ 
by the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 28 



do 20 

do 18 

do 18 

No date. 

Mar. 17 

No date. 

do .. 

Mar. 28 

No date 

Mar. 16 

do 16 



do 25 



Mar. 16 One ballot box missing but found after 
! adjournment 



Mar. 12. . . 
do 9 .... 
do 9 



do 


12 


do 


13 


No date. 


Mar. 


16 


do 


1] 


do 


11 


do 


17 



do 18 

do 23 

do 19 
| No date. 
I Mar. 16 



Not gazetted sooner by reason of Return-! 

j ing Officer omitting necessary certificate' do 10 do 

10 ; *. |No date, do 

11! do . do 

9 Mar. 12 Ballot boxes not all received from D.R.O. Mar. 16 do 

10 do 16 dc 



Mar. 
do 



D.R O's. statement omitted 

One D.R.O. omitted to make statement of 
number of votes cast in his division . . 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



do 28 



When 
Gaz- 
etted. 



1891. 

Mar. 28 

do 28 

do 21 

do 28 

do 21 



do 14 

do 28 

do 21 

do 21 

April 4 



Mar. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
rlpril 



31! do 



Mar. 21 
do 21 
do 21 



do 27 do 28 



do 25 



do 


21 


do 


23 


do 


18 



do 
do 



do 28 

do 21 

do 21 

do 14 

do 21 

do 21 



do 28 

do 28 

do 28 

do 21 



do 21 

do 21 

do 21 

do 21 

do 21 



17 do 21 
17 do 21 
23 do 28 



17 



do 28 
do 21 



')4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



Eeturn calling for Date of Declaration in every Riding- 



Province. Electoral District. 



Ontario, 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 



Middlesex, E.R 
do N.R 



Returning Officer. 



Elected Member. 



Name of. 



John Henry Marshall. 
Wm. H. Hutehins . . 



James Gilmore 

J. Robinson Armitage. 



do W . R. . . . Wm. Fredk. Roome 

do S . R I James Armstrong. . 

Monck John Brown 

Muskoka and Parry' 

Sound Wm. Edward O'Brien. . . i William Fry 



Stephen Blackburn. 
; John S. Dewar. . . 
John Henderson . . 



Norfolk, S.R David Tisdale 

! do N.R John Charlton 

Northumberland, W.J 

R John Hargraft 



do 
do 



do 



do 
do 



Northumberland, E.R Edward Cochrane. 
Ontario, N.R Frank Madill 



do S.R 



do W.R. 

Ottawa, City. 



Jas. Ironside Davids 



do Oxford, N.R. 

do do S.R. 

do JPeel 

do (Perth, N.R. 

do i Perth, S.R 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

Quebec . 



Peterborough, W.R. 
do E.R . 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, N.R 

do S.R 

Russell 

Simcoe, N. R 

do S.R 

do E.R 

Toronto, W.R 

do C.R 

do E.R 

Victoria, S.R 

do N.R 

Waterloo, N.R ... 

do S.R . 

Welland 

Wellington, N.R . . . 

do C.R... 

do S.R . . . 

Wentworth, N.R... 

do S.R... 



do 
do 



James David Edgar 

Chas. Herbert Mackin- 
tosh & Honore Robillard 
James Sutherland . . . 
Sir Richard J. Cartwright 
Joseph Featherstone . . . 

James ( brieve 

James Trow 

j James Stevenson 

John Burnham 

j Isidore Proulx 

! Archibald C. Miller 

iPeter White 

i John Ferguson 

'Wm. Cameron Edwards. 
IDalton McCarthy. . . . 
Richard Tvrwhitt. 

Philip H. Spohn.. 

Fredk. Chas. Denison... . 
Geo. R. R. Cockburn .... 
Emerson Coatsworth ... 

Charles Fairbairn 

John Augustus Barron . . 

Isaac Erb Bowman 

James Livingston 

Wm. Manly German . . . 

James McMullen 

Andrew Semple 

James Innes 

Thomas Bain 

Franklin M. Carpenter.. 



John Phelan 

Fredk. S. Snider. 



Angus H. Macdonald 



A. M. Hamilton . . 
Robert A. Sinclair 



John Ham Pei 



E. J. Freel 



Occupation. 



General Agent 



M.D 



Sheriff... 
Barrister 
M.D ... 
Sheriff... 



York, N.R William Mulock 

do E.R Hon. Alex. McKenzie. 

do West Nathaniel C. Wallace.. 

Argenteuil Thomas Christie 



Bagot Flavien Dupont. 

Beauce ! Joseph God bout. 



John Sweetland 

J. H. Nelles 

Isaac R. Walker 

Robert Broddy 

Henry Thomas Butler. 
Wm. Richard Davis. 

-Tames A. Hall 

Bernard Morrow I 

Paul Labrosse 

James N. Carter 

Henry Win. Perrett 

Geo. Eady, jr j 

James Keays Registrar. 

Geo. A. Radenhurst Barrister.. 

Lt.-Col. Banting 

Thomas Haywood 

H. W. Murray 

Frank Arnoldi, Q.C. 
Thomas McMullen. . 
John H. Sootheran. . 

Michael Brown 

Moses Springer Sheriff. 

A. J. Brewster 

William Bnchner.. . . 
Wm. W. White. .. 
Thomas McManus . 
Fredk. J. Chadwick 
Mark B. Thomas. . . 
Wm. G. Fletcher . . . 



Merchant. 



James Rogers. 
Nicholas Garland. . 
Donald McKenzie. 
Thomas Barron.. . . 



John Morel 

Gustave O. Taschereau 



Registrar 



Dep. Registr; 
Sheriff 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



daring the hist General Election, &c. — Continued. 



Residence. 



1891. 

NUestown Mar. 10 

Lucan do 10 



Declaration Day. 



Date 

fixed 

for. 



Post- 
poned 

to. 



Return to Writ of Election". 



Reason given for Postponement. 



Cilencoe . . . 
London . . 
Marshville . 



do 
do 
do 



1891. 



Mar. 14. 
16, 17. 



Seguin Falls 



31 



Walsingham Cntr. do 12 
Teeter ville do 9 



Cobourg . 



Wark worth. 
Cannington. 



do 9 

do 12 
Not fur- 
nished 
Whitby . . . Mar. 11 

Brougham j do 9 



Mar. 10. 
17.... 



Mar. 18 
and 25 



Ottawa. 
Woodstock. . . . 

Ingersoll 

Brampton 

Stratford 

Mitchell 

Peterboro' 

do 

St. Eugene 

Picton 

Pembroke 

Renfrew 

Duncanville .... 

Barrie 

Cookstown . ... 

Orillia 

Toronto 

do 

do 

Lindsay 

Minden 

Berlin 

Hespeler 

Welland 

Arthur 

do 

Guelph 

Dundas 

Binbrook 



Eversley. . . . 
Eglington . . 
Woodbridge 
Lachute .. 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



St. Liboire do 

St. Joseph, Beauce do 



Mar. 19 



Recount of vote 



How 
dated. 



Returning Officer reported contents of two 
ballot boxes destroyed by fire 



Recount of votes . 



1891 
Mar. 1 

do 

do 13 

do 19 

do 19 



No date 

do 
Mar. 20 



do 20 do 
No date, do 



When 

received 
byC.C. 
in Chan- 
cery. 



1891. 
Mar. 19 

do 12 

do 10 

do 20 

do 21 



April 3 
Mar. 14 

do 28 



Mar. 17 



Absence of statements by D.R.O. and re- 
count of votes 



Recount of votes 



Mar. 14, 
10, 17- 



do 10 
do 10 
do 20 
do 17 

No date. 

Mar. 10 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Election by acclamation. 



Recount of votes- 



Mar. lOD.R.O's. statements missing. 



Mar. 14, 
18... 



Ballot boxes not all received from D.R.O 
and D.R.O's. statements not received for 
2 polls 



No date, 
do 

Mar. 18 

No date. 

Mar. 20 
do 14 
do 14 
do 9 

No date. 

Mar. 10 
do 18 
do 20 

No date, 
do .. 
do .. 

Mar. 2] 
do 21 



do 19 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Feb. 
Mar. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



When 
Gaz- 
etted. 



1891. 
Mar. 21 

do 28 

do 21 

do 21 

do 28 



April 4 
Mar. 21 
April 4 



Mar. 28 
do 21 



do 21 



April 4 
Mar. 21 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 7 
April 4 
Mar. 21 

do 21 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 


17 


do 


19 


do 


17 


do 


17 


do 


17 


do 


19 


No date. 


do 


16 


Mai-. 


20 


do 


28 


do 


16 


do 


18 


do 


1!) 


do 


21 



April 4 
Mar. 28 
April 4 

do 4 
Mar. 28 

do 28 

do 21 

do 21 

do 21 

do 21 



A} nil 4 

Mar. 21 

do 28 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



Return calling for D >tc of Declaration in every Biding 





Electoral District. 


Elected Member. 


Returning Officer. 


Province. 


Name of. 


Occupation. 


Quebec 


Beauhamois 


Joseph G. H. Bergeron . . 

Guillaume Amyot 

Cleophas Beausoleil ... 
Wm. LeBoutillier Fauvel 
Eugene Alphonse Dyer . . 
Raymond Prefontaine. . . 

Onesime Carignan 

Henry Simard 

James Pollock Brown — 

Paul Vilmond Savard. . . 

Ruf us Henry Pope 

Cyrille E. Vaillancourt . . 

Joseph Lavergne 

Louis Zephirin Joncas. . . 
A]j)honse Desjardins. . . . 

Julius Scriver 

Francois Bechard'.. 
CJrbain Lippe 


Ladislas C. Tasse 

Solime Forgues 

Basile Elie Pelland 

.1 ean Baptiste Belanger. . 

Hiram S. Foster 

Pierre Hurteau 


Notary Public. 


do 


Registrar 

Notary Public. 

Advocate 

Registrar .... 

do 

Notary Public. 
Advocate 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Berthier 

Bonaventure 

Broine 

Ohamhly 

Cham plain 

Charlevoix 

Chateauguay 

Chieoutiim andSague- 


do 

do 

do 


Pierre dAuteuil 

Alexis M. Gagnier .... 

Thomas Z. Cloutier 


do 

do 


Compton 


Samuel Orr 

C. A. Lesage 

Jean U. Richard 

Joseph X. Lavoie 

Louis N. Dumouchel 

Louis N. Masson 

J. B. H. Beauregard 

A. M. Ricard 


Registrar . . . . 
M.D 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Drummond and Arth- 

abaska 

Gaspe 

Hochelaga 

Huntingdon 


Advocate. ... 
Registrar .... 
Notary Public. 

Notary Public. 


do 

do 


Joliette 

Jacques Cartier. . . . 

Kamouraska 

Laprairie 


Sheriff. . 
Notary Public, 
do 

Notary Public. 

Publisher 

Notary Public. 

M.D 

Notary Public. 


do 

do 

do 


Henry G. Carroll 

Louis Conrad Pelletier. . 

Joseph Gauthier 

Hon. Joseph A. Ouimet. 

Pierre M. Guay 

Louis G. Desjardins 

Come Isai'e Rinfret 
Joseph Hormisdas Legris 
Louis I. Cote alias Fre- 
chette 

Geo. Barnard Baker 

Louis Dugas 

Philippe A. Choquette.. 
Joseph Israel Tarte 

Sir Donald A. Smith .... 
John Joseph Curran . . . 

Alphonse T. Lepine 

Dominique Monet. 
Joseph Hector Leduc . . . 
Charles Ramsay Devlin . 

Thomas Murray 

Arthur Delisle 

Hon. Wilfrid Laurier. . . 
Hon. Francois Langelier. 
Thomas McGireevy .... 
Jules J. T. Fremont .... 
Clarence C. Cleveland. . . 
Hon. SirH. L. Langevin. 
Sir A. P. Caron . . . 
Louis P. Brodenr . . . 

Michel E. Bernier 

Francois Bourassa 

Francois L. Desaulniers. . 
John R, Sanborn.. . 
William B. Ives 


Adelard Boucher 

Col. Julien Brosseau .... 

Elie Lemire 

Pierre 0. Grenier 

Alphonse Desjardins . . 
A. Gustaye Verreault.. . . 
J. B. Lucien Moraud. . . . 
G. A. Ferd. Fusey . . . 

P. Celestin Bourke . . . 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Laval 

Levis 

L'Islet.. 

Lotbiniere 

Maskinonge 

Megan tic. 

Missisquoi ... 

Montcalm 

Montmagny 


do 

do .... 


Ernest Thibaudeau 

Joseph D. Lepine 


Registrar .... 
Sheriff 


do 


Montmorency 

Montreal, West 

do Centre . . . 

do East 

Napierville ..... 

Nicolet 

Ottawa, County 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec, East 

do Centre 

do West 

do County 

Richmond and Wolfe. 


Registrar 

Advocate 

do 
Notary Public 

M.'l) .'.'.'.'. '.'.'. 

Sheriff 

Registrar 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Campbell Lane 

Thomas J. Doherty.. .... 

J. C. Auger 

Alex. Richardson 

Honore Desilets 

L. M. Coutlee 


do 






do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Edmond Lortie 

Alexandre Gauvreau .... 

Robert Campbell. . 

H. Octave Roy 


Advocate 

Notary Public. 
Advocate. . 
Notary Public. 
Registrar .... 
Advocate. ... 


do .... 


Antoine Villiard 

Louis N. Cote 

H. Eugene Poulin 

Chas. E. Gagnon 

J. P. Carreau 

Uldoric Brunelle 

Patrick Murphy 

Daniel Thomas 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do .. 

do 


Rimouski 

Rouville 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Johns 

St. Maurice 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke. Town... . 


Farmer . ... 

Registrar 

Advocate 

do 
Notary Public. 
Registrar. ... 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



during the late General Election, &c. — Continued. 



Residence. 



Declaration Day. 



Date 
fixed 
for. 



1891. 
Mar. 
do 



Beanharnois . . 
St. Michel.. 

Berthier I do 

New Carlisle I do 

Kn owl ton do 

Longueuil do 

Ste. Genevieve deB do 

Murray Bay do 

Ste. Martine do 



Post- 
poned 
to. 



Reason given for Postponement. 



Mar. 14 



1891. 



9 
12 

9 

9 

9 

9 
12 

9 iMar. 16 

9 



Mar. 13 



One D. R. O.'s statement missing. 



Recount of votes 



Chicoutimi. 



Cookshire 
Ste. Claire. 



Drummondville .. . 

Perce 

Montreal 

St. Anicet 

St. Athanase 

Joliette 

St. Laurent. ... . 

Riviere Ouelle 

Laprairie 

L'Assomption ... 

Ste. Rose 

Levis 

St. J ean Port Joli. 

Lotbiniere 

Louise vi lie 

Plessisville 

Bedfoid 

Ste. Julienne 

St. Thomas 

St. Laurent, Isle 

d 'Orleans. 
Montreal ....... 

do 

do 

St. Remi . . ; 

Becancour 

Aylmer 

Bryson 

Deschambault .... 

St. Roch. Quebec. 

Quebec 

do 

Ancienne Lorette . 

South Ham 

Sorel 

Bic 

Marieville 

St. Hyacinthe . . . 

St. Johns 

St. Etienne des G. 

Waterloo 

Sherbrooke 



do 



do 
do 



12 Mar. 16, 
23, & 31 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



Mar. 



D. R. O.'s statements 



missing. 



Return to Writ of Election. 



How 
dated. 



1891. 

Mar. 14 
April 3 
N o date. 
Mar. 16 
do 14 do 



When 
received 
byC.C. 
in Chan- 
cery. 



1891. 



When 
Ga- 
zetted. 



1891. 



Mar. 18 Mar. 21 

April 6 April 11 

Mar. 17 iMar. 21 

do 23 do 28 



do 
do 
do 
do 



12 

22 ... . 

7 

28.... 

a.:-:: 

Not furnished. 
Mar. Ill 

7 

9 



Ballot boxes and statements missing ;| 
thought immediate sending of report 
unnecessary, as certificate was given to 

the elected member I May 2 

Ballot boxes delayed on account bad roads. Mar. 16 
Election by acclamation No date. 



. . . Election by acclam.iti »n 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



i 

12 

10 Mar. 16 

9 



Mar. 19 

No date. 
Mar. 12 
No date. 

do 

Mar. 14 

No date. 

Mar. 18 

do 14 



Mar. 20 
do 21 



Mar. 



Recount of votes 

Election by acclamation 



do 
do 
do 

do 



Recount of votes 
do 



No date. 
Mar. 14 

i do 17 

I do 19 

I do 21 

do 16 

| do 12 
! do 21 
No clat^. 
Mar. 14 
1 do 21 



do 
do 
do 



Ballot boxes delayed on account of bad 

roads ... I 

Election by acclamation 



do 


9 


do 


10 


do 


7 


do 


9 


do 


9 


do 


10 


do 


7 


do 


7 



do 18 
No date. 
Mar. 16 

do 14 

do 16 

do 17 
No date. 

do 

do 
Mar. 13 

do 16 



do 
do 
do 
do 



'do 
do 
do 
do 



20 do 



April 30 
Mar. 26 



21 

28 
21 
28 
21 



May 2 
Mar. 28 



do 

do 

do 

do 

April 
Mar. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



2 do 



do 28 

do 7 

do 14 

April 11 

Mar. 21 



17 

14 do 

12 1 do 

20! do 

16 do 

25 do 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
14 do 
14 do 



do 
do 

do 
do 

do 



•21 
14 
21 
21 
28 
21 
21 
21 
7 
21 



18 do 21 



do 
do 
do 



do 21 

do 28 

do 21 

do 21 

do 28 

April 4 

Mar. 21 

do 21 

do 21 

do 28 

do 21 

do 21 

do 21 

do 21 

do 14 

do 21 

do 14 

do 21 

do 21 

do 28 

do 21 

do 21 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



Eeturn calling for Date of Declaration in every Riding 



Province. 



Quebec. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Nova Scotia 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
New Brunswick. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
P. E. Island 

do 

do 

British Columbia 

do 

do 



Electoral District. 



Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Temiscouata 

Terrebonne 

Three Rivers, City. 
Two Mountains. . . . 

Vaudreuil 

Vercheres 

Yamaska 

Annapolis 

Antieronishe 



Colchester. . . . 
Cumberland. . 
Cape Breton. . 

Digby 

Guysborough 
Halifax, City 



Hants . . . 

Inverness 



King's . . . 
Lunenburg . 
Pictou .... 



Elected Member. 



Joseph O. Mousseau . . . 
Timothy Byron Rider . . . 
Paid E. Grandbois . ... 
Hon. J. A. Chapleau .... 
Hon. Sir H. L. Langevin . 
Jean-Baptiste Daoust . . . 
Henry Stanislas Har wood 

Felix Geoffrion 

Roch M.S. Mignault . . . 

John B. Mills 

Sir John S. D. Thompson 



Queen's 

Richmond 

Shelburne 

Victoria 

Yarmouth 

Albert 

Carleton .... 

Charlotte 

Gloucester. 

Kent 

King's 

Northumberland. . . . 

Queen's 

Restigouche 

Sunbury 

St. John, City and 
County 



St. John, City. 
Victoria. 
Westmoreland . 

York 

King's 



Prince . 
Queen's. 
Cariboo. 



I 

I New Westminster. 

I Vancouver 



Wm. A. Patterson 

Arthur R. Dickey 

Hector F. McDougall and 

David Mackeen 

Edward Chas. Bowers. . . 

Duncan C. Fraser. . . 
Thomas E. Kenny and 
Joseph F. Stairs .... 

Alfred Putnam 

Hugh Cameron 

Fiederick W. Borden.. 
Charles Edwin Kaulbach 
Hon. Chas. H. Tupper 
and John McDougald.. 

Francis G. Forbes 

Joseph A. (xillies 

Nathaniel W. White 

John A. McDonald 

Thomas B. Flint 

Richard C. Weldon 

Newton R. Colter. . . 

Arthur H. Gillmor 

Kennedy F. Burns . ... 

Edward H. Leger 

Hon. Geo. E. Foster .... 

Michael Adams 

Geo. Gerald King 

John McAlister 

Robt. Duncan Wilmot. . . 

John Douglas Hazen and 

Chas. Nelson Skinner. . 

Ezekiel McLeod. 

Hon. John Costigan. . . 

Josiah Wood 

Thomas Temple. ...... 

John McLean and A. C. 

MacDonald 

Stanislaus F. Perry and 

John Yeo 

Louis Henry Davies and 

William Welsh 

Frank S. Barnard 



Gordon E. Corbould. 
David Wm. Gordon . 

8 



Name of. 



Returning Officer. 



Occupation. 



Roger Ducket . 

Otis Shurtleff 

J. G. Pelletier....... . 

Louis de G. Lachaine.. 
Louis D. Paquin .... 

Dosithee Duprat 

Frs. de S. Bastien 

J. R. Brillon 

Pierre E. Robillard . . . 
Augustus Robinson . . . 
John R. Graham 



Leander J. Crowe . 
M. A. Logan 



Joseph McVarish. 
B. Van Blarcom. 



Alexander Tory, 



Donald Archibald. 
W. A. Porter . . . 
Hugh McDonald . 

Stephen Belcher . . 
Chas. F. Wright . 



Prothonotary . 

Registrar 

Advocate 



Registrar . 



Notary Public. 
M.D 



Sheriff. 
do . 



Sheriff. 



Sheriff. 



Sheriff. 



do .. . 
Merchant. 



J. Sim Harris I 

Milford G. Marshall Dentist. 

Angus McNeill 

G. W. McLean Sheriff.. 

Thomas S. McLean 

Job Hatfield 

William Wood worth. ... Sheriff .. 
Fredk. R. J. Dibblee... I do . 

Henry Graham j 

Laman R. Doucet Sheriff.. 

C. C. Carlvle I 

S. N. Freeze Sheriff.. 

John Shirreff j do 

James R. Curry 

Wm. H. Phillips Sheriff.. 

H. B.Mitchell 



James A. Harding . . 
do 

A. L. Coombes 

Robert A. Chapman. . 
A. A. Sterling 

James Macdonald. 

William G. Strong . . 



James Curtis . . . 
John Stevenson . 



Wm. James Armstrong. 
Marshall Bray 



Sheriff. 
do . 



Sheriff, 
do 
do 
do 



Sheriff. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



during the last General Election, &c. — Continued. 





Declaration Day. 


Reason given for Postponment. 


Return to Writ of Election. 


Residence. 


Date 
fixed 
for. 


Post- 
poned 
to. 


How 

dated. 


When 
received 
by C. C. 
in Chan- 
cery. 


When 
Gaz- 
etted. 


Coteau Station . . . 


1891. 

Mar. 9 

do 11 
do 13 
do 9 
do 7 
do 12 
do 7 
do 9 
do 10 
do 10 

Not fur- 
nished . 

Mar. 10 
do 9 

do 10 
Not fur- 
nished. 
Mar. 12 

do 11 
do 12 

Not fur- 
nished . 

Mar. 11 
do 10 

do 7 
do 11 
do 11 
do 7 
do 12 
do 12 
do 7 
do 9 
do 12 
do 9 
do 9 
do 7 
do 9 
do 9 
do 9 
do 9 

do 7 
do 7 
do 9 
do 12 
do 9 

do 12 

do 12 

do 12 

do 28 

do 12 
do 9 


1891. 




1891. 

Mar. 16 

No date. 

Mar. 20 
do 20 
do 14 

No date. 

Mar. 14 

No date. 

Mar. 17 

No date. 

Mar. 14 


1891. 

Mar. 18 
do 19 
do 23 
do 20 
do 17 
do 19 
do 17 
do 18 
do 19 
do 31 

Mnr 17 


1891. 
Mar. 21 








do 21 


Fraserville 






do 28 


St. Jerdme 

Three Rivers 


Mar. 10 


No reason given for postponement 


do 21 
do 21 


Ste. Scholastique. . 






do 21 






do 21 


Beloeil 






do 21 


Pierreville 




do 21 








April 4 
Mar. 21 


Antigonishe 






Truro t 






do 17 do 19 


do 21 








No date. 
Apr. 3 

Mar. 16 

do 26 

do 18 
No date. 

Mar. 17 
No date. 
Mar. 18 

do 16 

No date, 
do 

Mar. 10 
do 19 
do 20 
do 16 

No date. 

Mar. 20 

No date. 

Mar. 18 
do 24 
do 16 
do 17 

No date, 
do 

Mar. 16 

do 16 
do 14 
do 19 
do 16 

do 19 

do 20 

do 23 

April 17 
Mar. 18 
Feb. 26 


do 21 
Apr. 7 

Mar. 23 

do 28 

do 21 
do 21 

do 21 
do 19 
do 23 

do 19 
do 21 
do 21 
do 16 
do 23 
do 26 
do 18 
Apr. 2 
Mar. 26 
do 21 
do 20 
do 28 
do 19 
do 23 
do 23 
do 14 

do 18 
do 18 
do 20 
do 21 
do 19 

do 24 

do 24 

do 26 

April 28 

Mar. 25 

do 6 


do 28 






Apr. 11 

Mar. 28 
Apr. 4 

do 28 


Digby. 

Guysboro' 

Halifax 


Hantsport 

Port Hood 

Kentville 






do 28 




* , 


do 28 
do 21 


Lunenburg 

Pictou 






do 28 






do 21 


Liverpool 






do 28 


Descousse 

Shelburne 






do 28- 
do 21 


Baddeck 






do 28 


Yarmouth 

Hillsboro' 






do 28 
do 21 


Woodstock. . . . 






Apr. 4 
Mar. 28 


St. Stephen 






Bathurst.. 

Richibucto.. . .... 






do 28 
do 21 


Sussex Vale 






Apr. 4 
Mar. 21 


Chatham 






Gagetown 

Dalhousie 




Recount asked and then withdrawn 


do 28 
do 28 


Lincoln 






do 21 


St. John 






do 21 


do 






do 21 


St. Leonard Sta . . 






do 21 


Moncton 






do 28 


Frederickton . ... 






do 21 


Souris East. .... 


•» " 




do 28 


Summerside 






do 28 


Charlottetown .... 






do 28 


Barkerville 


April 11 


Had to attend business regarding Census 


May 2 
Mar. 28 


New Westminster. 




Nanaimo 




Election by acclamation 


do 7 



27—2 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



."Return calling for Date of Declaration in every Riding 



Province. 



British Columbia 

do 

Manitoba 

do 

do 

do 

do 

N.W. Territories 

do 

do 

do 



Electoral District. 



Victoria 



Yale 

Lisgar 

Marquette 
Provencher 



Selkirk 

Winnipeg 

Alberta 

Assiniboia East. . 

do West . 

Saskatchewan. . . . 



Elected Member. 



Ed- 



Thomas Earle and 

ward G. Prior 

John A. Mara 

Arthur W. Ross 

Robert Watson 

Alphonse A. C. Lariviere. 



Thomas M. Daly 

Hugh J. Macdonald. . 

Donald W. Davis 

Hon. Edgar Dew T dney . . 

Nicholas F. Davin 

Day H. Macdowall . . . 



Returning Officer. 



Name of. 



Occupation. 



James McMillan 

Frederick Hussey . 
Lynds S. Vaughan. . . 
Wm. Patterson Smith. 
Auguste Gauthier 



William Cranston. 
Geo. Henry Ham. 
Alexander Lucas . 
John Hewgill. . 
Dixie Watson. . . . 
Thomas Campbell. 



Gov't. Agent. 



Ottawa, 18th May, 1891. 



10 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 27.) 



A. 1891 



during the last General Election, &c. — Concluded. 



Residence. 



Victoria 

Kamloops 

West Selkirk 

Portage La Prairie 
St. Boniface 

Clearwater 

Winnipeg 

Calgary 

Moosomin 

Regina . . . 

Prince Albert 



Declaration Day. 



Date 

fixed 

for. 



1891. 

Mar. G 
do 17 
do 10 
do 16 

Not fur- 
nished 

Mar. 10 
do 6 
do 16 
do 14 
do 16 
do 16 



Post- 
poned. 



1891. 



April 2 



Reason given for Postponement. 



Election by acclamation 



Ballot boxes not returned in time. 

count of votes 

Election by acclamation 



Re 



Return to Writ of Election. 



How 
dated. 



1891. 

Mar. 13 
Feb. 27 
Mar. 16 

April 2 
Feb. 26 
Mar. 26 
No date 
No date 
Mar. 14 
do 16 
do 23 



When 
received 
by C. C. 
in Chan- 
cery. 



1891. 

Mar. 25 

do 6 
do 20 

April 7 

Mar. 2 

do 28 

do 18 

do 24 

do 18 

do 21 

do 23 



When 

Ga- 
zetted. 



1891. 

Mar. 28 
do 7 
do 21 

April 11 

Mar. 7 

April 4 

Mar. 21 

do 28 

do 21 

do 28 

do 28 



SAM. E. ST. O. CHAPLEAU, 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, Canada. 



11 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 27a.) A. 1891 



RETUEN 



SEVENTH GENERAL ELECTION 



HOUSE OF COMMONS OF CANADA, 

BY 

SAMUEL E. St. O. CHAPLEAU, Esq., 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery for Canada. 



EAPPOET 

SUR LA 

SEPTIEME ELECTION GENERALE 

POUR LA 

CHAMBRE DES COMMUNES DU CANADA, 

PAR 

SAMUEL E. St. O. CHAPLEAU, Ecu., 

Greffier de la Couronne en Chancellerie pour le Canada. 




OTTAWA : 

PRINTED BY BROWN CHAMBERLIN, PRINTER TO THE QUEEN'S MOST 
EXCELLENT MAJESTY. 

1891. 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 27a.) A. 1891 






RETURN 

27a 



Prepared from the Records of the Elections to the present House of Commons, 
showing the number of Votes polled for the respective Candidates in the 
several Electoral Districts, and in the various Sab-divisions thereof, 
together with the number of Ballots rejected and spoiled in each and 
every Sub-division, at the last General Election ; specifying the cases in 

k which a recount of Vote's was had, and the changes made in respect 
thereof, giving the report of the Returning Officer in each case ; also the 
number of Electors on the Revised Electoral Lists in each Riding, the 
total in all, together with the Population as shown by the last Census of 
each and every such District h,nd Sub-division, &c, giving the total 
population of Canada. 

Ordered by the House of Commons on the 5th day of May, 1891. 



RAPPORT 

27a 
Fait d'apres les Archives des Elections de la presente Chambre des Communes, 
indiquant le nombre de votes enregistres pour les Candidats respectifs 
dans les divers Districts Electoraux, et leurs difFerentes Subdivisions, avec 
le nombre de bulletins ecartes et macules dans chaque Subdivision, lors 
de la derniere Election G-enerale, specifiant les cas ou un nouveau 
depouillement des votes a eu lieu, et les changements faits en consequence, 
donnant le rapport de Pofficier-rapporteur dans chaque cas ; aussi le 
nombre d'electeurs sur les Listes Electorales revisees dans chaque division, 
la totalite dans toutes les divisions, ainsi que la population indiquee par 
le dernier recensement de chaque tel District et Subdivision, etc., donnant 
la population totale du Canada. 

Ordonne par la Chambre des Communes, le 5me jour de mai 1891. 
27a— 11 



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OMISSION. 

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District of the South Riding of the County of Grey, Ontario, should have appeared at 
the bottom of page 39, where it properly belonged 



Electoral District op Grey, South Riding. 

Durham, 25th March, 1891. 
Sir, 

(Extract.) 

Subsequently, on the 21st day of March instant, I was served with a notice 
from the judge of the said County of Grey, requiring my presence with the state- 
ments, papers, &c, before him, on the 24th day of the said month, for the purpose 
of having a final addition and recount; and the same took place at Owen Sound on 
the said day, before Judge Morrison, when the majority for the said Landerkin was 
reduced from 46 to 3, by which, latter majority, I declared him elected. I enclose 
the certificate of the judge in the matter. 

1 have also to report, that at the said recount, it appealed that some seven of the 
ballot boxes had been tampered with, and the ballots altered, but by whom or when 
they were so altered, I cannot say. Should you desire any further information 
as to the said alteration of the ballots. I will be pleased to give you the information 
in my power as to the same. 

* ■ . • * * * * * * * * * 

Your obedient servant, 

G. LEFROY McCAUL, 

Revising Officer. 



OMISSION. 

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de la division sud du comte de Grey, Ontario, aurait da gtre place* au bas de la 
page 39. 

District Electoral de Grey, division sud. 

Durham, 25 mars 1891. 

Monsieur, 

(Extrait.) 

********** 

Subsequemment, le 21 de mars courant, j'ai recu an avis du juge du dit comte* de 
Grey, par lequel il me demandait de paraitre devant lui avec les e*tats, papiers, etc., 
le 24e jour du dit mois, afin de proc^der a un nouvoau de*compte des votes et a une 
addition finale ; lesquels ont £te* faits k Owen-Sound, au jour fixe*, en presence du jugo 
Morrison, et la majorile* du dit Landerkin a e*te* re*duite de 46 a 3, d'apres laquelle, je 
l'ai deY,lar£ eMu. Je vous envoie le certificat du juge a. ce sujet. 

J'ai aussi a faire rapport, que lors du dit de*compte des votes, il a <$(e* constate* 
que 7 boites du scrutin avaient e*te* ouvertes et que les bulletins avaient e*te" change's, 
mais par qui, ou quand ils ont e*te* ainsi changed, je ne saurais dire. Si vous de*sirez 
de plus amples reuseignements ayant trait a la dite alteration des bulletins, je serai 
heureux de vous donner ceux qui sont en mon pouvoir sur ce sujet. 

********//* 

Votre obdissant serviteur, 

G. LEFROY McCAUL, 

Officier-reviseur. 



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